When he scrapped dual contracting in January, the lord chancellor pledged to establish a new advisory council of solicitors and barristers to tackle waste and ‘abuses’ in legal aid provision.
The more things develop, the more one gets the sense that the reality is going to be less radical than first feared.
We should pay more attention to the International Bar Association. Directly and indirectly, its work affects what we do.
Did the PM’s anti-corruption summit contain more rhetoric than substance?
Norton Rose Fulbright should do more than admin in Manila — why not legal work too?