The Supreme Court judgment will garner much attention - but we should be wary of giving wider significance.
Examining the impact of the white paper on the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
The cost of doing nothing to resolve the judicial recruitment crisis is immeasurable. David Gauke must act
I attended the launch of a report calling for the establishment of a financial services tribunal to provide redress for SMEs ill-treated by their banks.
We are at a pivotal moment where the Courts and Tribunals, particularly the County Court, are under immense strain due to lack of resources.
At the Children’s Society we are determined that no child will be left in legal limbo.
The brouhaha over president Trump’s nominee is a reminder of the perils of judicial supremacy.
Many of our most famous law firms are keen to do well in the employer Social Mobility Index, and this is a good thing.
It was in early 2017 that the contaminated blood scandal first found its way onto our desks, and what we came to learn was truly shocking.
In the criminal justice system there is a particular tension where the defendant may be a victim of human trafficking.
The long-term outlook in the EU for legal services post-Brexit is grim indeed.
Costs reform architect eloquently demolishes government arguments for ‘caution’ on damages-based agreements.
Theresa May was preparing to convene her warring cabinet at Chequers for crucial talks on a final Brexit strategy as the Gazette went to press.
Changes to the government's legal aid housing duty scheme would have hit us hard - so we decided to fight back.
In recent years much-needed attention has been drawn to the importance of people recording their wishes for future medical care in the event that they lose the ability to make decisions for themselves.
Can a court fill a gap in our equality laws currently used to deny disabled children an education? The outcome of a current case is worth watching.
For an organisation to be truly ‘flexible’, its employees need to be trusted to manage their own working hours and arrangements.
Whenever something goes terribly wrong, the first thing ministers do is to call in a judge.