EU data-sharing sounds like a dry subject but it goes to the heart of law enforcement and human rights.
Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk's approach to productivity may be worth emulating.
Following celebrity revelations of HIV status, a solicitor relates her experience of representing a client who successfully applied for a non-molestation order.
Should the Trump-Cohen case on attorney-client privilege be an opportunity to speak out and explain the doctrine?
The 100% success fee model is still popular for low-value PI work – but judges need to be convinced.
Civil Liability Bill is likely to prove fertile ground for test litigation.
We have a legal education vacuum in this country. Let judges free on social media to fill it.
Human rights in states that the UK cooperates with are often ignored or glossed over and none more so than the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Who suffers if we continue to lead globally on dispute resolution post-Brexit?
Omitting partners on the grounds that they are owners was always going to look bad.
Legal employers that foster a more neurodiverse workforce will reap real benefits.
The Law Society Golf Club welcomes new faces for a busy fixture list - and social life.
An open letter from five associations of lawyers to the President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Rhicha Kapila addresses the abuse and reporting culture at Deepcut barracks.