23 March 2015
Regulators are looking across the channel for ideas on handling client money. But France treats its lawyers like grown-ups.
9 March 2015
Technology provides the only hope that courts will remain open to all.
2 March 2015
Could the apparent lack of Tory commitment to a UK bill of rights spell the end for Chris Grayling?
23 February 2015
The UK is not the same as Russia – but we should not be so superior.
16 February 2015
How is the money raised from the sale of the College of Law’s goodwill and assets being spent?
9 February 2015
Effective oversight of the global surveillance network requires transparency and trust.
2 February 2015
Theresa May’s difficulty in finding someone to head a public inquiry into child abuse is symptomatic of deeper failures.
26 January 2015
We must take great care when arguing that lawyers are ‘special’.
21 January 2015
Are lawyers making good use of ‘the cloud’ and ‘big data’?
19 January 2015
A heterosexual couple may struggle in their attempt to register as civil partners.
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