Opinion

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    Opinion

    Fighting for trans rights

    4 December 2017

    The transphobic agenda of many in the media is impeding our attempts to raise awareness and gain basic rights for the trans community.

  • Computer
    Opinion

    Technology is no silver bullet

    4 December 2017

    Technology was, is and must always remain a tool leading to effective and better delivery of justice, rather than some panacea.

  • Land Registry in Croydon
    Opinion

    Land consent conundrum

    4 December 2017

    Registry response to question of neighbouring owner’s consent to restricted land is unhelpful.

  • Toronto
    Opinion

    ​Power in the Union

    27 November 2017

    International organisations are important conduits for the exchange of knowledge – your letters to the editor of the Gazette

  • Letters
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    Cocktail of muddle and delay

    27 November 2017

    Having practised in residential conveyancing for most of my working life, I was recently reminded of just how bad things have become.

  • Letters
    Opinion

    Righting wrongs

    27 November 2017

    Your 12 November article on bullying in the courtroom is a timely reminder of certain practices that have absolutely no place in our judicial system. But may I raise just one note of caution.

  • Letters
    Opinion

    It’s a dog’s life

    27 November 2017

    There seems to be an increasing trend to take your pooch to the office. Indeed, one firm boasts as many as three office dogs on its website.

  • Letters
    Opinion

    No complaints

    27 November 2017

    With regard to the SRA register of disciplinary sanctions, perhaps the regulator would also open a register of all our (very justified) criticisms of its operation.

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    Opinion

    Budget 2017: as you were?

    27 November 2017

    Last week’s budget offered little to lawyers and certainly failed to encourage investment in people.

  • Letters
    Opinion

    A private function

    20 November 2017

    To deny the seriously injured the right to choose private treatment would grossly undermine the most important aim of compensation