David greene


SQE: Student loan issues remain unresolved, says Law Society


SQE ‘will mark a big change in how aspiring solicitors begin their career in law’.




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  • Lawyer in the news: Grant Incles, Leigh Day

  • My legal life: Sonia Ahmad, Banks Kelly

  • In search of a ‘new better’

  • Lawyer in the news: Danielle Holliday, Collins Solicitors

Hugh Laurie

Would Hugh believe it?

Some details in the legal themes of BBC’s mini-series Roadkill will predictably bristle.

Lord Keen of Elie, justice minister

Internal injuries

Still no news on Lord Keen of Elie’s replacement as Ministry of Justice spokesperson in the lords.

Richard Hughes

Listen and learn

Congratulations to Oswestry solicitor Richard Hughes, who is retiring from the profession after 48 years.

Morton landscape

Perils of absent body of evidence

News that a man thought to have been killed had been found hiding in a wood is a reminder of the dangers of going to trial in murder cases without a body.


Roundtable: From high street to cloud

Some small law firms are at risk as the pandemic continues to bite. But others are planning for a bright future, using lessons they have learned in lockdown.

  • Parental alienation and narcissism in relationship breakdown

  • BSN – 25 years of striving for equality

  • Decisions and interventions

  • Updating the gold standard

  • Law Society spotlight: October’s Council meeting

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