The EU is a union of values, as well as a trade and currency bloc. We must not abandon those values.
Kennedys was caught out for submitting an under-estimate, but plenty more do the same.
A cadastral agency is a very non-conservative - indeed Napoleonic - concept.
Our practice rights will be critical in Brexit negotiations - but what about the rights of EU lawyers working here?
Brexit poses a huge challenge to our legislative process - lawlessness must be avoided at all costs.
We are failing children with special educational needs – a fresh approach is needed.
The Law Society backs centralised assessment for aspiring solicitors, says president Robert Bourns, but the regulator’s proposals need more work.
We need to understand what it is about the culture and practice of law that can compromise wellbeing.
France has become the latest jurisdiction to approve third-party funding.
Lawyers need to be prepared when the authorities demand to search their laptops and mobile phones.
Thousands of people face injustice if costs are set prohibitively low: it’s a shame the papers haven’t noticed until now.
A German criminal lawyer has won a great victory for lawyer-client confidentiality in the ECtHR.