The latest features, comment and analysis from the Gazette

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Success in an ever-changing world

20 May 2019By

How your firm can thrive on uncertainty.

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Decisions and SRA intervention

20 May 2019

Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

Social media

Guidance on libel for the social media age

20 May 2019By Oliver Cox

Latest in media law.


Too big to fail?

20 May 2019By Marialuisa Taddia

China is embroiled in a bilateral trade war with the US but the international legal community is unlikely to panic. Foreign law firms are used to playing a long game there, hears Marialuisa Taddia

At the table

A changing season

20 May 2019By

As most firms prepare to renew, brokers and solicitors report a hardening market – partly driven by higher-value claims. Eduardo Reyes reports from the Gazette’s roundtable on professional indemnity insurance

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Don’t be CRAP (LLP)

13 May 2019By

How would the CEO of Cursory Relationships Are Profitable provide an optimally poor service to clients?

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Deregulation trumps all

6 May 2019By

Just as deregulation is about tackling protectionism, it is also about tackling protections.

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Lightening the load

29 April 2019By

City regulation post-Brexit means ‘same outcome, lower burden’ for FCA’s chief executive.

Paul rogerson

Castle's in the air

15 April 2019By

Deloitte and its peers reckon they can transform legal services.

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Social media

A Facebook court? Our legal system needs to catch up


The UK’s national laws and legal systems are not prepared to cope with borderless cyberspace.

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Men have an important role to play in achieving gender equality in the law

2019-05-20T11:50:00+01:00By Simon Davis

When male partners make a conscious effort to change ‘masculine’ work cultures, this filters through the organisation.

Wales Assembly

Not a bad start: 20 years of devolution

20 May 2019By Mick Antoniw

Maturing parliament is transforming the legal landscape in Wales.

Inns of Court

Inns throw down the gauntlet on training

20 May 2019By Joshua Rozenberg

Inns bar training course could prove unwelcome to solicitors.

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News focus

Helena Kennedy

News focus: Conduct unbecoming


An International Bar Association survey has laid bare the scale of harassment and bullying in the law. Senior legal sector figures hope the report will be a wake-up call.


How to: make the most of PR

25 March 2019By

A public relations strategy need not just be for the very largest practices – in a crowded market, firms of all sizes are seeking ways to stand out. Eduardo Reyes reports

Bad news

How to: give a client bad news

11 February 2019By Katharine Freeland

Solicitors are often the bearer of bad news to their clients, but there are ways to deliver this information without damaging your relationship. Katharine Freeland reports.

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How to: work part-time

3 December 2018By Marialuisa Taddia

Part-time lawyers have long been seen as lacking commitment to their careers and to their clients. But that hackneyed view is changing, reports Marialuisa Taddia

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The good fight

Casualties of success

13 May 2019By David Pickup

The Trouble With Lawyers | Deborah L. Rhode

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Demystifying Islamic law

13 May 2019By Naureen Shariff

Understanding Sharia: Islamic Law in a Globalised World | Raficq S. Abdulla and Mohamed M Keshavjee

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​101 Questions Answered About Separating With Children

13 May 2019

Edited by Bob Greig, Rebecca Giraud and Dr Angharad Rudkin


Pray tell: comprehensive guidance on church law

2019-04-10T12:36:00+01:00By David Pickup

Ecclesiastical Law | Mark Hill QC

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Adding to the armoury

8 April 2019By Charles Hollander QC

Disclosure of Information: Norwich Pharmacal and Related Principles (2nd edition) | Simon Bushell and Gary Milner-Moore

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