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Initial report into accounting policies finds Quindell at the ‘aggressive end of acceptable practice’.
Yvonne Jefferies acted for client in application to discharge order freezing his assets.
A sensitive and authentic insight into the lives of those confined to immigration detention centres in the UK.
Congratulations to everyone involved in a high-quality discussion on the future constitution of the UK.
The NHS and the economy may dominate the headlines, but for the politicians who speak for their party on law and justice, feelings are running high heading into the election.
Warsi moves swiftly on.
The main effect of the Human Rights Act is to prolong litigation and enrich lawyers. Do we really need it?
A Liberal Democrat presence in government would lead to a review of changes to civil justice introduced under LASPO, says justice minister.
The International Bar Association has paid tribute to Singapore’s founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, who died last week aged 91.
The profession is changing and we need to support it.