Minister’s skeleton argument leaves more questions than answers.
What effect do three recent notices in a series from the European Commission have on lawyers?
Bailey could spell the end of a bountiful benefit enjoyed by funders since 2005.
The profession must be careful about accepting different degrees of dishonesty.
European parliament recommendations reek with suspicion of our industry.
Councils appoint coroners but can’t sack them – is it time for a national service?
My women in leadership programme can help bridge our profession’s yawning gender gap.
PI solicitors who simply ignore the contractual terms and deduct 25% of damages come what may must be brought to account.
Women shouldn’t be expected to change their communication style in job interviews in order to convince you of their value, argues Anja Skvortsova.
Uber ruling means that electronically provided legal services will also remain a national regulatory competence.
The UK uses the EU's law enforcement agency more than any other member state.
Indictees who died were the only ones to evade The Hague tribunal.
100 years ago this week, legal London was on the front line of a world war.