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A Westminster snout reckons Obiter missed a frontrunner in the race to be next justice secretary.
Care Act 2014 ‘likely to result in uncertainty. Having a new set of rules means that certain issues will be litigated about how those rules apply’.
I obtained court permission in England to allow service of financial remedy proceedings via Facebook.
Councils ‘need to be clear’ what they want to use alternative business structures for, as the move involves ‘quite a lot of work’.
More work must be done outside the courtroom if the Crown Prosecution Service is to achieve excellence.
Where has Chris Grayling gone?
In a client-led legal services market, in-house lawyers are more than holding their own – it’s time we saw a bit of swagger.
A pension scheme trust fund relied upon by a number of law firms to provide pensions for their staff has told members they may be liable for any shortfall in future.
As we reach the first anniversary of a ‘cultural revolution’ in family law, the complexities of people’s lives mean the reform process has a long way to go.
The Law Society’s new chief executive wants to hear from solicitors about how the organisation can best serve members and stay relevant in a rapidly changing legal sector.