Legal market needs to respond to consequences of artificial intelligence competition.
Cost-cutting must not curb the rights of wronged parties in clinical negligence cases.
How can we cut through a morass of sentencing law that dates back 650 years? Create a consolidation bill
As portfolio deals become more popular, law firms backed by third-party funders will gain an edge over rivals.
Contempt for the rule of law was built into the Bolshevik project from the beginning.
The narrative is changing - fundamental change is now being considered and even supported.
Panama Papers report crosses sacrosanct boundaries - we should be seriously concerned.
Two major family cases in Lady Hale’s in-tray may form her legacy as president of the Supreme Court.
Streamlining the gender recognition process would allow a seamless integration into society.
The justice secretary's inaction has avoided much scrutiny so far, but his to-do tray is stacking up.
Courts of England and Wales are more flexible than many in admitting evidence obtained by computer hacking.
The government says it wishes to retain as much as possible of EU mechanisms in data protection.
It is time for less moaning and more plausible suggestions on how to ensure vulnerable people receive access to justice.