The trouble with turning justice into a commodity is you raise customer expectations.
Law must give prosecutors ability to catch those drink-driving on private land.
E-signatures have had formal legal status for 17 years but are still science fiction for many legal purposes.
Brexit negotiation positions offer stark contrasts in the role of lawyers in pending proceedings after UK withdrawal.
Moore-Bick’s Grenfell Tower Inquiry: why the bold decision would be to rule out prosections and why it won’t happen.
Threats against lawyers in the Charlie Gard case show the dangers we’re moving towards.
Extended hours will mean even later nights for solicitors starting out in their career.
Proposals to rebuild trust in the criminal justice system require political will.
Unaccompanied children applying for asylum in the EU need specific legal and other protections.
Technology must be embraced if the one-time ‘superexam’ is to be fit for purpose.
Lord Justice Jackson is showing welcome signs of flexibility on blanket measures to control costs.
The web giant hasn't brought about the end of history, whatever the European Commission may think.
Risks faced by human rights defenders in Colombia highlighted following assassinations.
New EC position papers on police and judicial cooperation show the way - but so much that is complex is still to come.