1 May 2017
In addressing diversity, recruitment is but the first step in a career-long process of talent management.
24 April 2017
As a judge I witnessed the complete breakdown of relations between executive and judiciary. How did we get here and what can be done?
The SRA should focus on sound evidence-gathering rather than lobby to lower the criminal standard.
10 April 2017
Encouraging people from diverse backgrounds to become solicitors has long been a priority for the Law Society.
Terrorism legislation creates great tension between security and human rights, but we got the balance right.
3 April 2017
I want your Law Society to be in the best position to promote and support members
27 March 2017
Too many women are jailed – we need a radical new approach to criminal justice.
Open justice was a casualty of 9/11. Now the British government has enlisted the judiciary in a shocking cover-up.
20 March 2017
Vulnerable children must always be able to access the help they need.
13 March 2017
Solicitors can learn valuable lessons from the Phil Shiner affair.
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