A Level, or even GCSE results, shouldn’t be the first filter applied to candidates wanting to enter the legal profession.
Lawyers are fighting for the rule of law despite a climate of corruption and fear.
Judge should be praised for his memo on work-life balance in the Central Family Court.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: getting old.
If the government is serious about saving NHS money it should look at how it pays its own lawyers.
Access to justice is a worthy ambition, but innovation is best left to innovators not regulators.
Personal light electric vehicles are here to stay. They should be brought within the law.
2019 marks 100 years for women in law; the milestone inspires me to reflect on my own story.
Free online access to case law and other legal resources is a sound investment for African jurisdictions.
Risks associated with lowering the bar both in terms of assessment and experience required to qualify would cause uproar.
Most, but not all, of the Square Mile heavyweights are now accredited by the Living Wage Foundation.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: manners.
Understanding all generations working at a firm can assist in leading, growing and managing succession.
This week's Supreme Court judgment in Cape has been hailed as a breakthrough in transparency. Don’t be so sure.
We must promote the strengths other countries have seen in our legal professions before confronting those abroad with something unfamiliar.
Average tenure for lord chancellors at Petty France is brief, but this wasn’t always the case.