Life as a litigant in person reveals the routine disregard of natural justice.
The Court of Appeal provides some useful guidance on the scope of patent settlement agreements.
Liverpool mayor fails to overturn tribunal finding relating to outside employment.
International lawyers are cautiously optimistic about a regional economic area for south-east Asia, despite protectionist barriers in the legal sector.
How firms can keep PII prices down without prejudicing protection.
A system that focuses almost exclusively on the point of professional entry is skewed.
Greece has dominated the headlines but other issues - mass surveillance, regulation - abound across Europe.
Michael Gove must prove his commitment to the rule of law, or justice will be relevant to fewer people.
Events in Ireland in 1916 pose contemporary questions for the rule of law.
Fixed fees in clinical negligence would need to be within a tight process.
Should the corporate bribery offence be extended to other acts of financial crime?
What does the future hold for law firms? Will the robots take over?