Whatever truth emerges about the Gatwick incident, laws on unmanned aerial vehicles are under scrutiny.
For business, the government’s immigration white paper gives with one hand and takes with the other.
Evidence that juries in rape cases act on rape myths is incontrovertible. New research proves it.
Spurious applications for contact are used to assert control.
Pragmatism seems to rule over principle when it comes to reporting restrictions.
Existing efforts on diversity and equality have not delivered change in the legal profession.
Further Brexit-related developments affecting legal services include the US government’s consultation on a future trade deal with the UK.
Revelations about the SRA’s communications with government in the Leigh Day case are deeply disturbing. We need an independent inquiry into the regulator’s behaviour.
The Ministry of Justice's report won't be out until early next year now. Share your views on what it should say.
Last year has seen significant developments, but there is still a way to go.
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