Liz Truss has made the closure of some firms inevitable, but it could have been worse.
The rule of law is being shaken like rarely before in the US – how will the American Bar Association respond?
No one in government remembers the last time a lord chancellor introduced something as short-sighted as these personal injury reforms.
It’s increasingly hard to argue that the low number of women partners in law firms is a ‘legacy’ issue.
The current attacks upon access to justice and victims of crime are an affront. We must unite and fight to help save the system.
Courts transparency in the digital new world will require constant vigilance.
Mail moans about moaning judges. But how can we improve the courts environment?
The march of technology is enabling cross-border electronic legal transactions to become commonplace. We must ensure our systems are up to standard.
In Belhaj the judiciary once again weighed in to hold the executive to account.
Could letting your mind drift away improve performance and concentration?
The debate over personal injury reforms is filled with rhetoric and self-interest. Today’s committee session was a breath of fresh air.
Will dispute resolution mechanisms post-Brexit be the angels of sovereignty and mercy that the government depicts?
Our highest court has shown its magisterial mettle, but open questions remain on withdrawal from the EU.
MoJ attempt to spin bad news on employment tribunals was worthy of Yes Minister.
Immigration is central to the government's 12-point plan, which relies on generalities and could weaken Theresa May's negotiating position.