Pursuing a case against Watchstone was a costly and risky attempt to right any wrongs of the past.
Striking the balance between protecting legal service consumers and encouraging modernisation will mean a bright future for the profession.
Media coverage of MoJ’s decision to scrap changes to probate fees was predictably jubilant.
Six years on, the Exceptional Case Funding scheme remains under-used.
It is a firm's responsibility to set the standards of acceptable behaviour at events it organises.
Children of parents with a trans history should have the right for their birth certificates to match their parents' legally recognised gender.
EU’s struggle to regulate the likes of Google and Facebook continues.
Senior lawyers must take the lead in combating bullying and harassment in the profession.
Big group actions could prove a lucrative new area for claimant lawyers and funders.
Profession again dominates league table of 75 employers doing the most to improve social mobility.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: looking after ourselves.
Much progress has been made to promote women in the law. The same must be done for BAME people.
Lawyers are amongst the most stressed people in the workforce. Those entering the profession want to know how firms support work/life balance.
Strife-hit region promotes itself as an island of the rule of law despite mounting scepticism.
US reports reiterate that solicitors are under a duty to keep up with the pace of change brought by AI.
Court digitisation offers welcome opportunity to exploit case data.
Lawyers for Nature and Extinction Rebellion UK are inviting the profession to march with them to get climate change to the heart of the legal agenda.