Crowdfunding platforms are helping to bridge the gap in public interest law.
The use of analytics and big data may transform the way lawyers are instructed, but it’s not perfect.
There must be a simpler way of completing the indemnity renewal process.
A US case involving dentists has refocused attention on that vexed question: how do we police unregulated providers?
Lawyers should not ignore the immigration crisis – it demands an EU-wide response.
There is no reason to suppose that anything is off limits for privitisation after MoJ hikes court fees again.
Web platforms allowing clients to review legal services raise difficult issues. How should they work?
Much is expected from the largest and most ambitious public inquiry ever established.
The new Financial List is a fillip for the capital but the initiative could go further.
The effect of the Border Force Act is to throw a veil of secrecy over what is happening in Australia’s immigration detention system.
The end of sanctions creates big opportunities for law firms with local knowledge.
Mandatory pro bono is not the answer. Rewarding and praising highly qualified lawyers might just be.
What a shame Theresa May did not see a new play highlighting the thesis that ‘parliamentary democracy trumps all’.
Putting a defendant in a dock risks infringing the presumption of innocence.
More lawyers should join the debate over issues surrounding the EU-US trade agreement. Our reputation is at stake.