Courts in Poland and Hungary have come under the scrutiny of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
IBA’s public education campaign highlighting the significance of the rule of law should be promoted by national bars.
Claimants already feel baffled by a process that appears to treat them as a commodity.
Junior lawyers must be equipped with the right skills to manage their mental health in the workplace – a fundamental rethink of law firm culture can help make this happen.
Future-proofing your firm requires more than good cashflow – all your staff should be working towards a common goal.
Vannin’s stock market float is further evidence of a booming third-party funding sector.
Part two in a series on ethical questions raised by the regulatory settlement in KP.
Competition for talent is coming at the traditional legal profession from all sides. Marginal gains are essential.
Spectator reportedly considering legal action: what are her chances of success?
The rise in unregulated electronic platforms has caught the international trading system unawares.
If SDT wants to use civil standard of proof it should relinquish the punitive elements of its philosophy.
Supreme Court to consider whether ex-soldier can be tried without a jury.
Notion of workers having more say enjoys broad support, but Labour’s employee ownership plans would prove a real headache for City law firms.
We don’t know the politics of our Supreme Court justices and we don’t need to know.
Magistrates' numbers are falling, the listings system is chaotic and morale is low.
Two court rulings will give Lisa Osofsky plenty to think about as she continues her SFO baptism.
The best managers make themselves redundant. This should be a mantra for the owners of law firms.