24 June 2019
In 1981, women and children walked over 100 miles to the Berkshire USAF base to protest against planned storage of nuclear cruise missiles.
17 June 2019
Dismissing new tools and technologies as ‘hype’ will put the future of your firm at risk. And don’t worry – if a robot doesn’t perform, you can always sack it
By writing ‘Dear Sirs’, some lawyers feel they are holding out against political correctness. But the battle against gender-neutral language is surely a losing cause, reports Melanie Newman
10 June 2019
Cash-strapped law centres are tottering under the growing burden of unmet legal need. Could lawyers do more to help? Eduardo Reyes reports
Law Society work on statutory instruments relating to a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.
3 June 2019
Switching off from the office will make you happier and more productive, but this is easier said than done. Katharine Freeland offers some top tips about how to strike a healthy work/life balance
A special roundtable on new ways of providing legal services – in association with Thomson Reuters.
Big businesses naturally strain against the constraints of a competition regime whose power is partly vested in EU law and institutions. But they won’t be let off the leash post-Brexit, hears Marialuisa Taddia
20 May 2019
China is embroiled in a bilateral trade war with the US but the international legal community is unlikely to panic. Foreign law firms are used to playing a long game there, hears Marialuisa Taddia
13 May 2019
Does it still make sense to describe legal services companies as ‘alternative’ when they are in the vanguard of the sector – and well placed to dominate it?
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