25 January 2016
Invoking a hitherto unused rule of law mechanism was a brave step by the European Commission.
Lisa Dawn Noonan repeatedly lied to client’s husband about compensation claim’s progress.
30 November 2015
Reformed routes to qualification must command respect in other jurisdictions.
Clive O'Connell's plight shows that lawyers are always representing their employer. Anonymity is a luxury of the past.
26 October 2015
Europe’s lawyers are doing sterling work to help with the migration crisis.
28 September 2015
The Law Society is running a series of events to mark Black History Month. On 9 October, speakers at an ‘inspiration evening’ will include the first black winner of TV quiz Mastermind, barrister Shaun Wallace.
Practical guidance is now available on how best to navigate the courts of the CJEU.
Funeral arrangements announced for London solicitor.
Practitioner groups may have suspended their legal aid boycott, but this ‘goodwill gesture’ should not be mistaken for defeat.
27 July 2015
Lawyers should not ignore the immigration crisis – it demands an EU-wide response.
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