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5 February 2018
Update on the latest legislative developments in Wales.
What legal remedies are available for those who have suffered pay discrimination at the hands of their employers?
Police forces and the CPS are attempting to tackle failures in criminal evidence disclosure, but how solicitors are paid for Crown court work must surely be part of the conversation.
Scottish lawyers say they may be on the verge of solving a civil litigation funding headache that has dogged counterparts south of the border.
Events at the Presidents Club Charity Dinner serve to highlight yet again the uneven playing field encountered by women at work
Conveyancing and personal injury lawyers face a month of reckoning as judges grapple with issues that could make or break their business models.
Aidan Shipman reviews Leslie P. Francis and John G. Francis’s Privacy: What Everyone Needs to Know.
David Pickup reviews EJ Henry’s The Lawyer
James Morton ponders the link between names and criminal behaviour.
An expanded ombudsman scheme is welcome, but we need a tribunal to overhaul the culture of our banking industry and remedy a structural access to justice deficit
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