Momentum is building for fixed costs outside personal injury. Get ready.
A new report exposes the frustrations that arise in dealings between in-house lawyers and corporate executives.
Northern powerhouses such as Leeds and Manchester are increasingly attractive to graduates. London should beware.
Two recent reports have put large firms in the spotlight over real or perceived conflicts of interest. Will they rebut the claims?
Crude revenue numbers don’t tell us much about a law firm’s performance.
As the first UK law firm flotation looms, what hard lessons can legal consolidators learn from accountants?
It seems reasonable to expect bankers to meet the same regulatory standard as solicitors.
Costs management reforms are far from perfect, but watering them down is surely the worst solution.
‘What rights would you abolish?’ is no longer good enough for challenging the government.
Errors in conditional fee agreements have been met with a conflicting approach from the courts.
The UK is lagging behind the US in dealing with unfinished business from the ‘war on terror’.
The Legal Sustainability Alliance is addressing a seemingly intractable problem – business travel.
For the profession, VE Day marked one step on the return to normality.
Society of Asian Lawyers hosts lively debate on right to cause religious offence.
With another hung parliament likely, we may have to wait a while for any new laws.