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  • Jonathan Goldsmith
    Opinion

    More than Grexit

    2015-07-06T12:16:00Z

    Greece has dominated the headlines but other issues - mass surveillance, regulation - abound across Europe.

  • Jonathan Goldsmith
    Opinion

    Taxi drivers now, lawyers next

    2015-06-26T10:50:00Z

    How might the controversy surrounding digital taxi service Uber impact on regulation of lawyers?

  • Lady Justice Hallett
    Feature

    Oxford grooming gang appeal sentences

    2015-06-02T16:40:00Z

    The court delivers judgment in an appeal by four members of an Oxford-based grooming gang, who are challenging their life sentences for their part in a paedophile ring that plied girls with drink and drugs before gang-raping and sexually assaulting them. Watch the broadcast, in association with Sky News.

  • Portrait of Roderick O'Driscoll
    Profile

    Tribute: Roderick O’Driscoll, ADR pioneer

    2015-05-28T16:21:00Z

    Rod O’Driscoll, a leading commercial and construction lawyer with a passionate interest in alternative dispute resolution, died on 10 May. Blair Gulland, chairman of Gullands, pays tribute.

  • Jonathan Goldsmith
    Opinion

    Long live the cab rank

    27 April 2015

    Both sides in a case deserve the best representation.

  • Eduardo Reyes
    Opinion

    The Charlie and Lola election campaign

    2015-04-02T15:12:00Z

    Political parties seem to be burying legal issues in the run-up to this May’s poll.

  • Lord Dyson
    Feature

    Legal aid tenders judgment

    2015-03-26T10:20:00Z

    The Court of Appeal delivers its verdict on a challenge by the Law Society and practitioner group to the lord chancellor’s criminal legal aid reforms.

  • Jonathan Goldsmith
    Opinion

    Client accounts – French connection

    23 March 2015

    Regulators are looking across the channel for ideas on handling client money. But France treats its lawyers like grown-ups.

  • JR hearing
    Feature

    Criminal legal aid challenge

    2015-03-12T14:20:00Z

    The Law Society, London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association and the Criminal Law Solicitors’ Association challenge the lord chancellor’s criminal legal aid reforms.

  • Criminal legal aid
    Feature

    Permission for appeal granted over criminal legal aid reforms

    2015-03-06T16:03:00Z

    Groups apply for permission to appeal a High Court decision that rejected their challenge to the lord chancellor’s reforms of the way duty solicitors are provided to those accused of a crime.