14 March 2016
Jeremy Wright’s speech on the role of the attorney general achieved the advocate’s nightmare.
7 March 2016
A large number of jobs are soon to become vacant in the senior judiciary. So who’s in the running?
15 February 2016
Government proposals to reform human rights are a solution without a problem.
8 February 2016
Briggs LJ needs to dig out his passport and investigate how overseas pioneers are reforming the civil courts.
1 February 2016
Alexander Litvinenko’s widow may find that winning a judgment against Russia is easier than enforcing one.
25 January 2016
Invoking a hitherto unused rule of law mechanism was a brave step by the European Commission.
18 January 2016
Is judicial overreach a threat to the rule of law and effective government?
Proposed reforms of the small claims procedure would deal a devastating blow to justice.
11 January 2016
Lawyers can learn a lot from the irresistible rise of Starbucks and its rivals.
7 December 2015
Selling courts to buy computers is a difficult but necessary choice if we are to avoid ‘precipitous decline’.
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