13 March 2017
Don’t be misled – employers continue to set great store by a top law degree.
6 March 2017
Family law reform of divorce and for unmarried families is long overdue.
27 February 2017
How should we answer awkward questions about the role of lawyers in scandals such as the Panama Papers?
Practice guidance will strengthen the crucial relationship between solicitors and legacy professionals.
20 February 2017
No one in government remembers the last time a lord chancellor introduced something as short-sighted as these personal injury reforms.
A review of the cap on criminal injury compensation is long overdue.
17 February 2017
It’s increasingly hard to argue that the low number of women partners in law firms is a ‘legacy’ issue.
13 February 2017
In Belhaj the judiciary once again weighed in to hold the executive to account.
Solicitors must oppose tendering on price for housing cases.
6 February 2017
Autistic people are being let down by our criminal justice system.
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