The death of lawyers has been greatly exaggerated, but a concerted bid to sideline them from dispute resolution is real cause for alarm.
I was thrilled to be shortlisted for a major prize – but our route to the top should be based on ability, not gender.
In France, European Lawyers Day will be met with another move to help the profession and clients cope with ‘Uberisation’.
Common rules across civil, family and tribunals would herald the biggest shakeup of our justice system since 1873.
As both regulators and private litigants sharpen their focus on corporate governance, the universe of criminal and civil risks for auditors is set to expand.
It’s 100 years since David Lloyd George became the first solicitor to rise to prime minister. By a well-timed palace coup.
How can you stay ahead of a fast-moving, intimidatingly vast and complicated subject area?
Cross-party consensus around access to justice must be built - commission’s report is the start of that process.
The work of the caravana is more important than ever to help lawyers withstand the global onslaught on civil liberties.
As claimant lawyers face long-feared PI reforms, two judgments come as positive news.
The European Commission regards lawyer-client confidentiality as unimportant: it is incumbent on the profession to defend it.
Justice First Fellows are already helping to ensure valuable social welfare work continues.
Lord chancellor appears even keener than her predecessors to go after claimant lawyers.