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Susan Acland-Hood

Flexible court hours pilot is postponed

21 September 2017By 7 comments

Susan Acland-Hood believes ’strong views expressed reinforce the need for us to proceed on a clear evidence base'.

  • John Hyde byline

    I'm sorry Wales, but you can't leave now

    2 comments

    The Welsh legal sector is thriving. Has anyone asked the lawyers if they want a separate jurisdiction?

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    Equifax, lawyers and a chatbot

    2 comments

    Legal market needs to respond to consequences of artificial intelligence competition.

  • Joshua Rozenberg

    Clean code

    1 comments

    How can we cut through a morass of sentencing law that dates back 650 years? Create a consolidation bill

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  • Data page – September 2017

  • Criminal justice: How best to stop economic crime

  • GDPR: Don't panic on data protection

  • Residential property: Don't write off leasehold just yet

  • Competition: Anti-competitive damages

  • Seeing the wood for the trees

  • Aviva slapped down over its need for speed

  • A popular cease and desist? Stranger Things have happened

  • How clever are your robots?

  • Whitehall fudge

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BOOK REVIEW: Tackling elder abuse

11 September 2017By Jane Bennett

Financial Abuse of Older Clients: Law, Practice and Prevention

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BOOK REVIEW: Being Simon Haines

11 September 2017By Tony Roe

First steps for young professionals - and solicitor become author.

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BOOK REVIEW: Reverting to types

4 September 2017By Nicholas Goodman

The Ten Types of Human: a new understanding of who we are and who we can be, Dexter Dias

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