18 October 2021By Joshua Rozenberg
There is still uncertainty over the responsibilities that the proposed legislation would impose on the judiciary.
18 October 2021By Jonathan Hodge
The way we work, both outwardly and internally, is changing.
18 October 2021By Paul Rogerson
Jeremy Miles and Mick Antoniw want to believe that wholesale devolution of justice and policing to Wales is merely a matter of time.
By Monidipa Fouzder,
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2021-10-15T09:53:00+01:00By John Hyde
A failure to offer even basic protections is leaving clients exposed.
2021-10-15T08:28:00+01:00By Hebah Berhan
Trainee solicitor Hebah Berhan reflects on her journey into IP.
2021-10-14T09:42:00+01:00By Michael Cross
A forthcoming libel action will air questions about the identity of 'Satoshi Nakamoto'. It is unlikely to resolve them.
2021-10-12T15:34:00+01:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Our present financial regulatory structure is not fit for purpose.
2021-10-11T10:49:00+01:00By Katie Newbury
We have an immigration problem but it really isn’t the one the government is focused on.
11 October 2021By Rachel Rothwell
Are we heading towards a no-fault compensation system?
11 October 2021By Paul Rogerson
There are renewed pleas for the Law Society to fund legal representation for solicitors facing disciplinary proceedings.
2021-10-10T00:01:00+01:00By Elizabeth Rimmer
We need a sector-wide commitment to develop an industry and a legal system where people are valued, respected and supported.
2021-10-08T08:21:00+01:00By Monidipa Fouzder
This year's annual gathering was a hybrid affair but there was plenty of drama to enjoy.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England.
2021-10-08T00:01:00+01:00By Dr Emma Jones
Different experiences of lawyer wellbeing.
2021-10-06T14:47:00+01:00By Helen Shay
Targeting those still making A-level decisions gives opportunity to discuss routes such as apprenticeships.
2021-10-05T14:50:00+01:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Access to legal services is the Cinderella of our national scene: abandoned in the scullery.
2021-10-05T11:06:00+01:00By David Lammy MP shadow justice secretary
Pro bono work cannot replace the broken legal aid system, because the two are inextricably linked.
4 October 2021By Joshua Rozenberg
Should we give our judges new powers to strike down laws that violate fundamental liberties?
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