The new ‘super exam’ is a necessary minimum rather than the fully fledged standard the market demands, says BPP dean Peter Crisp.
Monsanto Tribunal is one manifestation of a growing gap between international human rights law and corporate accountability.
As a judge I witnessed the complete breakdown of relations between executive and judiciary. How did we get here and what can be done?
Under fire from the most senior judge, it is hard to see how the lord chancellor can survive.
The SRA should focus on sound evidence-gathering rather than lobby to lower the criminal standard.
For solicitors running on Sunday, long early-morning and evening runs were par for the 26.2 mile course.
Legal cover is cheap - but poorer people are often left out.
Lawyers deal with over 40 EU agencies in the course of their client work. What will they do post-Brexit?
For serious matters, young people are now more poorly served by the justice system than adults.
The SRA wants to know the price of everything - but the law is not a fruit ‘n’ veg stall down the market.
The ‘made-by-humans’ label will continue to be popular and necessary in the law, whatever artificial intelligence achieves.
Encouraging people from diverse backgrounds to become solicitors has long been a priority for the Law Society.
Terrorism legislation creates great tension between security and human rights, but we got the balance right.
A slight loss of secrecy is needed to preserve the credibility of the system. New reporting guidelines should help.
In April 2015, the president of Belarus gave effect to a law which imposes fines and imprisonment for those who are unemployed.
Court of Appeal grapples with potentially far-reaching issue.