Missed our blogs this week? Here’s our top five…
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: maternity leave advice.
2020-01-16T14:07:00+00:00By John Hyde
It’s laudible to increase understanding of the justice system - but without context this move is dangerous.
By Jemma Slingo
2020-01-16T10:42:00+00:00By Professor Nick Lord,
Dr Colin King,
The regime may be introducing a ‘parking fine’ approach to corporate criminality.
2020-01-14T12:48:00+00:00By Michael Cross
Britain’s most eminent Conservative philosopher has died at 75. He will be missed.
2020-01-14T12:13:00+00:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Supreme Court ruled Netherlands is obliged to step up by one quarter its cut in greenhouse gas emissions by end of 2020.
13 January 2020By Rachel Rothwell
Insurers must ensure people can bring claims directly and be dealt with fairly - or the industry’s reputation will suffer.
13 January 2020By Paul Rogerson
Is it realistic to expect Johnson’s administration suddenly to embrace pluralism and consensus on the back of December’s emphatic election victory?
2020-01-10T11:38:00+00:00By Tim O’Sullivan
Brexit transition period deadline leaves little time for the complex and time-consuming trade agreement process.
2020-01-09T09:26:00+00:00By John Hyde
The two main candidates to lead the opposition have different approaches to talking up their legal past.
2020-01-08T13:15:00+00:00By Michael Cross
History shows that innovation happens despite, not because of, what is wanted by the great and the good.
2020-01-06T16:05:00+00:00By Jemima Lovatt
An increasingly dynamic legal profession and parliament will help develop a law that meets the needs of those it seeks to govern.
2020-01-06T11:20:00+00:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Vital reading for solicitors in relation to the likely fate of their own and their clients’ data.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: New Year's resolutions.
2020-01-02T10:27:00+00:00By Matt O’Brien
'Trial by video' may be efficient for courts and the prison service, but it does not serve defendants well.
2019-12-19T11:35:00+00:00By Christina Blacklaws
Christina Blacklaws pays tribute to Lady Hale at the Supreme Court president's valedictory reception.
2019-12-18T11:31:00+00:00By Monica Burch
Former commercial litigation solicitor Monica Burch offers advice on promotions, pay rises and toxic colleagues.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: the season of gratitude.
2019-12-17T11:44:00+00:00By Carolyn Kirby,
I. Stephanie Boyce
First female Law Society president Carolyn Kirby and current deputy vice president I. Stephanie Boyce reflect on their experience of being women in the law.
2019-12-16T11:09:00+00:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Just because certain lawyers behave in one way does not excuse the treatment meted out to others.
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