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.
26 October 2015
Europe’s lawyers are doing sterling work to help with the migration crisis.
19 October 2015
The Council of Europe must be prepared to confront states that fail to respect the rule of law.
12 October 2015
The best way to combat extremist ideology is a more powerful counter-ideology.
5 October 2015
Has a cull of senior parliamentary counsel bequeathed poorly drafted legislation?
28 September 2015
Practical guidance is now available on how best to navigate the courts of the CJEU.
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