23 July 2018
When I enter my offices I see doors marked ‘COLP’, ‘COFA’, ‘MLRO’ and the recently added ‘DPO’.
9 July 2018
The basis for PI reform is completely without merit, yet the government has been intransigent.
The other day, as I paid a visit to the old firm, a sepulchral calm appeared to have descended on the family department.
‘Slow to anger, swift to praise.’ The line from Tennyson came to mind on having learned of past-president Paul Marsh’s death.
When in practice, I occasionally received responses to letters from French avocats, who began their response with ‘Chere Maître’.
2 July 2018
The Crown Commercial Service’s recently launched tendering process for legal services to the ‘wider public service’.
My firm does not have a website and neither does it intend to do so.
The Judicial Appointments Commission and the system for appointment of QCs have both been infected by leftist policy.
What’s not to like about the new Gazette?
25 June 2018
Justice has long argued that the compensation regime for wrongful convictions is inadequate.
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