Diary of a law academic, trying to make law graduates fit for the workplace, trying (and failing) to be the perfect manager, mother and mate.
2020-08-13T08:54:00+01:00By Griff Ferris
Radical action is needed to properly resource the justice system, deal with cases backlog, and start releasing low-risk defendants.
2020-08-13T07:56:00+01:00By Sam Elsby
Overseas Operations Bill would set six-year deadline on claims for negligent death or injury overseas of a member of the armed forces.
2020-08-12T08:21:00+01:00By Ollie Grech
If lack of financial intervention from the government continues there is only one realistic outcome.
2020-08-12T00:01:00+01:00By Dr. Lance Eliot
It is time to embrace a prudent set of levels for fairly stating what AI is legitimately contributing to the field of law.
2020-08-11T08:47:00+01:00By Mindy Jhittay
Now is a once in a generation opportunity to build a world that is truly fair and meritocratic.
2020-08-10T10:18:00+01:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Technology is widely used for back office functions, but not so much for legal matters. Much more needs to be done.
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Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England.
2020-08-06T08:09:00+01:00By Aimey Sherwood
In early April 2020, during the UK-wide lockdown, the Women and Equalities Committeelaunched an inquiry to identify the impact of Covid-19 on protected characteristics.
Whatever became of the MoJ’s Legal Services are GREAT campaign?
2020-08-03T12:00:00+01:00By Christian Toms
For remote hearings to be workable, there will need to be cooperation between parties and the court ahead of time.
3 August 2020By Joshua Rozenberg
Courts have done nothing to undermine the fight against Covid-19
3 August 2020By Paul Rogerson
As everyday life screeched to a halt, the evolution of the legal profession itself accelerated.
'We had one client who wore a mask on a Zoom call'.
2020-07-30T08:19:00+01:00By Sir Bob Neill
Justice Committee publishes report on the impact of Covid-19 on the courts.
2020-07-28T10:21:00+01:00By Professor Nick Hopkins,
The Law Commission’s proposed reforms for the future of leasehold and commonhold home ownership.
27 July 2020By Jonathan Goldsmith
European Union is the only major player trying to regulate the major tech giants, and with the clout to do so.
27 July 2020By Paul Rogerson
It's three years since Lord Reed delivered a devastating rebuke to government in the Supreme Court’s judgment outlawing employment tribunal fees.
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