A case that could reset the balance between security and personal privacy was heard in Strasbourg this month.
It is in the profession’s best interests to properly recognise the value of paralegals.
Calls for strict regulation of artificial intelligence algorithms are at best premature.
Record-setting judgment provides a valuable insight into the agreed outcome procedure.
Let’s make lasting powers of attorney easier - but we must be mindful of the risks involved.
Government could face financial backlash if proposed principle is too binding in practice.
Will the Paradise Papers force a recalibration of privilege to meet modern expectations?
As we mark Equal Pay Day, more needs to be done to achieve gender equality in the legal workplace.
BNM was a missed opportunity to provide much-needed clarity on proportionate costs.
The regulator can't be expected to peep inside bedrooms, or can it?
LLPs should not be excluded from requirements of gender pay gap regulations.
Pro bono support for child defence can help start them on a new journey.
Bill and Joshua Browder - the parent-child combination that changed the law without being lawyers.
Sir James Munby is using his final months as family court president to urge radical reform of justice for under-18s.
Without layering in data on life advantage, diversity reporting is of limited use.
Pro bono does not exist in a vacuum – it needs the support of a changing profession.
A culture of hostility towards whistleblowing and self-accountability will create a system with no public trust and confidence.