Greece has dominated the headlines but other issues - mass surveillance, regulation - abound across Europe.
Michael Gove must prove his commitment to the rule of law, or justice will be relevant to fewer people.
Events in Ireland in 1916 pose contemporary questions for the rule of law.
Should the corporate bribery offence be extended to other acts of financial crime?
The government has moved quickly to sway opinion on NHS costs. The fightback must begin immediately.
‘Better regulation’ may be a clever political ploy, but is it good for Europe?
How might the controversy surrounding digital taxi service Uber impact on regulation of lawyers?
As budgeting beds in, the next logical step will be legal project management.
Our first glimpse of the new lord chancellor was encouraging, but there are limits to the potential of pro bono.
Legal knowledge management is evolving rapidly but it’s still about platforms, processes and people.
Lawyers are helping the Human Dignity Trust obtain access to justice for LGBT people worldwide.
Bar urged to stop worrying about upsetting solicitors and embrace public access.
Interpretations of Magna Carta varied extraordinarily over the weekend commemorations. A fine testament to its value.