18 November 2019
Why are cases with allegations of domestic abuse so difficult to resolve?
Developing the correct legal tools to deal with this desperate challenge is a world-wide struggle.
11 November 2019
New draft rules would push the reset button on damages-based agreements.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: what makes a good mum - and a good lawyer .
Whether we are in or out of the EU, close examination in this area will continue.
4 November 2019
The British constitution requires a period of calm.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: managing emails.
As the profession alters fast, we need to amend our view of what a solicitor is and does.
21 October 2019
Many of the government’s proposals are not bills.
EU’s struggle to regulate the likes of Google and Facebook continues.
14 October 2019
Big group actions could prove a lucrative new area for claimant lawyers and funders.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: looking after ourselves.
US reports reiterate that solicitors are under a duty to keep up with the pace of change brought by AI.
7 October 2019
Court digitisation offers welcome opportunity to exploit case data.
Lawyers for Nature and Extinction Rebellion UK are inviting the profession to march with them to get climate change to the heart of the legal agenda.
30 September 2019
Are you a purist or an accommodationist?
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: perfectionism.
WTO negotiations on global e-commerce raise important issues of confidentiality and privilege for lawyers.
The commissioners are yet to be approved as a whole by the European Parliament. But there are some we should watch.
16 September 2019
Unless the Supreme Court decides prorogation is nothing to do with them, we can expect more incendiary headlines.
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