10 September 2018
The Legal Aid Agency’s procurement for civil legal aid work is descending into farce.
Last week’s Commons debate on the Civil Liability Bill lasted three-and-a-half hours, forcing MPs to miss the latest episode of Great British Bake Off.
Clive Robertson seems to have carved out his dream job: setting up a specialist group at London and south-coast firm Healys devoted to classic cars.
A stroll down Gazette memory lane.
5 September 2018
Demolition derby drivers survive a little rough and tumble so are whiplash claims really legitimate?
4 September 2018
Association of British Insurers buys space in widely read political blog.
3 September 2018
Obiter was first in the queue at the local fleapit to catch the film adaptation of Ian McEwan’s legal drama The Children Act.
Drafting a complex commercial contract is probably child’s play compared to coming up with ways to entertain the kids during the summer holidays.
Oh dear. When it comes to poetic talent, all we can say is that Gazette readers must be very good lawyers.
1955 West End skirmish ended with double acquittal
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