Withdrawing the controversial extradition bill is unlikely to resolve the crisis.
Parliament has put the courts in the position of ‘meddling’ in our politics.
Law Commission backs Law Society's warning on digital applications.
Poland shows what can happen when the judiciary becomes a political football. Let us hope our judges come through the prorogation turmoil unscathed.
2 September 2019
Flotation is not for the faint-hearted.
Northern Ireland’s legal conundrums concern us all.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: the importance of a lunch break.
Open days are a great way to help people understand the justice system. We need to arrange more.
Eighty years ago today, City solicitor John Noel Isaac became the first Briton to die in active service in the second world war.
Home secretary’s plan to end free movement of EU citizens is clearest example of why using statutory instruments instead of primary legislation is risky.
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