30 June 2016
At least 23 solicitors and articled clerks were killed on the first day of the Somme.
27 June 2016
There is much to celebrate in our judicial system. Just ask judges in Venezuela and Poland.
20 June 2016
Dame Lowell Goddard is naive to think she can establish the truth of 40-year-old child abuse allegations. And it isn’t her job.
6 June 2016
Mr Justice Peter Smith’s behaviour is once again being reviewed.
18 May 2016
Much is at stake for lawyers in the controversial TTIP talks, which are now floundering.
16 May 2016
The welfare of those detained by police is at risk after home secretary’s ‘bizarre’ U-turn.
9 May 2016
London’s toxic mayoral election highlighted the dangers of identifying solicitors with their clients.
2 May 2016
Will Dubai become the most connected commercial court in the world?
25 April 2016
The Panama Papers leak has made the defence of professional confidentiality much more difficult.
18 April 2016
The Angela Wrightson case has highlighted the ways in which social media can taint a trial.
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