An equivalent of the EU-US Privacy Shield needs to be shaped before Brexit.
Jackson LJ’s latest proposals could actually increase the time courts spend on costs.
Nurturing the lawtech innovation revolution is a good idea - just don't try to predict the outcome.
The extent of lawyer independence varies on state interpretation, but without plurality there will be no progress.
Public education is vital in protecting the right to redress for needless harm.
It is not the role of the police to tell alleged victims what they want to hear.
Familiar accusations will be levelled against those who dare to complain of judges’ behaviour. But they’re not snowflakes.
We can help educate the public about our justice system in simple ways - like taking part in a historical murder trial.
China’s new Belt and Road association for lawyers aims to share knowledge with legal organisations across the globe. But where does the rule of law fit in?
As ministers ponder Lord Justice Jackson’s latest report, there are fears big business could neatly sidestep a new fixed costs regime.
With Brexit stakes raised, English law foreign courts are coming soon.
The best firms are already being innovative – so why take away their competitive advantage?
Through serial incompetence, the Conservatives have allowed the left to set the rule-of-law agenda.
A new campaign to safeguard the UK’s status as global legal centre is welcome - but we must keep our continental colleagues onside.
Virginia Mantouvalou highlights plight of undocumented migrants - whose unenviable status is a byproduct of our dysfunctional immigration and employment laws.
Disciplinary proceedings involving the judiciary must be timely and transparent.