Supporters of limits to rights to strike were in a minority at legal debate.
No wonder MPs can’t properly scrutinise this key bill – there’s just too much to take in.
A European Commission consultation on whistleblower protection raises important questions of legal professional privilege.
Intellect trumps all – standards must not fall as the judiciary addresses its recruitment ‘crisis’.
The plight of local newspapers epitomises our diminished civil society - who will hold the parish panjandrums to account?
Lord Justice Jackson suggests different thresholds may apply for different types of case.
Mediation is grounded in the psychology of conflict and its resolution and should be an automatic integrated stage in the litigation process.
The part played by lawyers in long-trusted methods of arriving at the truth needs to be publicly reinforced in a convention.
Don’t be misled – employers continue to set great store by a top law degree.
You've taken time out to have children. How do you ensure that you can be a success upon returning to the law?
The regulator is vulnerable to accusations of hypocrisy after shutting out the public and journalists.
There is no official data on how many families have had to sell their homes to repay legal aid.
I want to see a profession where the contributions of all lawyers are valued equally.
Even ‘Pitchfork’ Theresa wants more cooperation with the EU on criminal justice – and Brussels is busy.
Removing the costs cap will make it harder for most people to challenge public bodies in the courts, writes shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon.