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.
Younger viewers are already learning about medicine. They should also learn about the law.
David Pickup, partner at Pickup Scott Solicitors, reviews Robin Dunne’s guide.
Burford battle shows the market can be the best regulator.
A Level, or even GCSE results, shouldn’t be the first filter applied to candidates wanting to enter the legal profession.
Lawyers are fighting for the rule of law despite a climate of corruption and fear.
Judge should be praised for his memo on work-life balance in the Central Family Court.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: getting old.
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