Missed our blogs this week? Here’s our top five…
'I am helping very vulnerable migrants to access accommodation and support at this frightening time.'
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: making the most of the here and now.
'I've had to add more structure to my day, being intentional about taking breaks and still planning my weekend.'
2020-04-02T09:18:00+01:00By Kathryn Devonald-Davies
It is important we use other countries and their best practice as resources and foundations upon which we can develop our legal system.
'In my 35 years of being a lawyer I have never known anything like this before.’
2020-04-01T10:29:00+01:00By Matthew Hardcastle
Criminal justice at the coalface.
'Appointment at the dining table to represent a client at the police station.'
30 March 2020By Paul Rogerson
Remote and agile working is certainly one for the medium-term. I speak from experience.
30 March 2020By Jonathan Goldsmith
We should all contemplate the longer-term consequences for our profession.
‘Difficult commute this morning. Fell over the dogs in the kitchen en route to my desk.'
2020-03-27T12:53:00+00:00By John Hyde
Thousands of law firm workers could be furloughed by cashed-strapped firms.
2020-03-27T11:47:00+00:00By Richard Miller
The Law Society is concentrating on lobbying to ensure a safe environment for criminal practitioners.
2020-03-27T09:36:00+00:00By David Emmerson
Isolation and lockdown means victims do not have access to support networks such as schools, workplaces, families or neighbours.
2020-03-26T12:13:00+00:00By Charlotte Parkinson
Open letter from junior lawyers to firms as impact of Covid-19 felt.
2020-03-25T00:01:00+00:00By Eduardo Reyes
Following the Gazette’s interview with the shadow attorney general, here are a few points worth adding.
2020-03-23T15:40:00+00:00By John Hyde
We must prepare for a long slog. But we can also extract positives from the early response to this crisis.
2020-03-23T11:22:00+00:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Regulator is already dangerously late in fulfilling its responsibilities to a profession reeling from a disaster.
23 March 2020By Robert J Dougans
Across politics, people agree US-UK extradition is broken. The obvious example is Harry Dunn. He was allegedly killed in Britain by American Anne Sacoolas driving on the wrong side of the road.
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