Ministers will be worried by last week’s Supreme Court judgments in claims against the MoD. But it could have been worse.
Erdogan wants his control of the legal system built into the very architecture of the state.
A new ‘super-exam’ is designed to open up the profession, but there is no evidence it will.
The Bingham Centre’s high-rolling GC network is well-intentioned, but it has an image problem.
Lawyers must accept the fixed fees concept and focus their energy on assisting the costs review – it could help them stay in business.
Whether we leave the Single Market or not, the direction of travel on lawyer regulation is the same.
Brexit is not the only constitutional issue of our time – the roles of attorney general and lord chancellor must be addressed.
All the attention is on potential fraud caused by car drivers – where is the much-needed protection for those on two wheels?
The ability to bring environmental cases is an essential ingredient of any democratic society. Efforts to undermine this offend the rule of law.
The proactive steps law firms can take this year.
For better or worse, journalists do not belong among the regulated professions.
The European Commission's response to the deterioration of the rule of law in Poland is an attempt to protect us all.
This year heralds a changing of the guard among the senior judiciary. Who’s on the way up?
Can this confederation of 52 nations offer some kind of substitute for the EU?
Law firms of all sizes must embrace technology, reinvestment and new ways of working.
Firms must do more for less, but there has to be a culture where mistakes are disclosed.
Finding a way to stand out remains the single biggest headache for any senior and managing partner.