The Brexit revolution needs to find its friends where it can.
Kazakhstan offers an example of how English law can be used to promote UK interests overseas.
31 October 2016
Our guiding principle will be not what is moral, but what can be automated.
Trade deals are going out of fashion. But there is much lawyers can do to create growth opportunities.
Important decisions were taken at EU Council meetings last week on matters ranging from legal aid to enabling tax avoidance.
The EU lobbying transparency regime will still affect lawyers’ work post-Brexit.
How a case involving dentists complicates the debate about splitting regulation from representation.
What good is the International Bar Association to a criminal legal aid solicitor in Rotherham?
It is timely to contemplate what the retreat from globalisation might mean for our profession.
Expect tense negotiations over forcing lawyers to disclose the details of tax schemes. But will their outcome matter in light of Brexit?
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