Those on the frontline must be given adequate training to improve the national response to hate crime.
Europe’s leaders have collectively returned us to the barbarous legal past.
The forthcoming Policing and Criminal Justice Bill should reform outdated procedures and help children in police custody.
The family bar’s complaints about solicitor-advocates are misdirected. And where’s the evidence?
Two very different lawyers from recent history were involved in struggles which we recognise today.
Practitioner groups may have suspended their legal aid boycott, but this ‘goodwill gesture’ should not be mistaken for defeat.
Catherine Dixon, chief executive of the Law Society, considers the Department of Health’s proposal to fix costs in clinical negligence.
With another tax deadline behind us, the legal sector is generally a happy place.
The compaints-handling system is still stacked in favour of the unreasonable client.
High-achieving female lawyers in the City should be lauded, but they’re still too rare.
The right of clients to consult their lawyers privately is under unprecedented attack.
Surprisingly, the UK is quietly getting on with its contribution to the EU's Unified Patent Court.
Claimant lawyers have found a way to survive, and insurers are miffed.
Criminal legal aid solicitors are at risk of breaching regulatory requirements whatever they do.
I agree with efforts to boost inclusion in the law. But do they work for small firms?
Of course it’s inaccurate. But if a gavel image boosts interest in legal matters, where’s the harm?