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’.
30 November 2015
Reformed routes to qualification must command respect in other jurisdictions.
23 November 2015
The family courts are making creative use of their powers to combat radicalisation, but these are limited.
2 November 2015
A review of coroners’ practices is long overdue – as a recent case has shown.
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