This robust training programme aims to help advocates strike a balance between putting forward a client’s case effectively in court and ensuring that vulnerable witnesses are not subjected to undue stress.
This deferred prosecution agreement offers some useful lessons and outlines emerging trends in the law.
The Jehovah’s Witnesses organisation is facing an international abuse scandal on a scale akin to the Catholic Church.
Experts and their evidence are under hostile scrutiny amid fears over a decline in standards.
MoJ attempt to spin bad news on employment tribunals was worthy of Yes Minister.
Liz Truss has made the closure of some firms inevitable, but it could have been worse.
Fifty years ago, lawyers were talking about Europe and sexual offences – but probably more about the Breathalyzer.
The rule of law is being shaken like rarely before in the US – how will the American Bar Association respond?
No one in government remembers the last time a lord chancellor introduced something as short-sighted as these personal injury reforms.
Particularly useful are the downloadable budgets, cashflow forecasts and variance analyses in their respective sections.
Apprentices can breathe new life into law firms but the recruitment process requires a detailed business plan.
Moving practice area or career sector can be daunting. But given persistence and time it can pay off, reports Marialuisa Taddia.