Too many artificial intelligence sceptics base their opinions on yesterday's systems.
Legislative proposal addresses the inequalities faced by Muslim women on marital breakdown.
Law Society will closely monitor impact of lowering the standard of proof in disciplinary proceedings.
Sitting as a judge is not easy when the person you’re asked to judge is yourself.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: looking after sick children.
There is a vital need for greater awareness of LGBTQ issues in Muslim communities.
Committee was launched to promote and support women in the profession, both defence and prosecution.
International responses to the prosecution of 1,500 colleagues can have an effect.
In the face of national disputation and meltdown, we must consider the positive sides of problems facing the profession.
Traditionally the Cinderella of the diversity industry, perhaps social class figures are the next dataset to be disclosed by Big Law.
Fixed recoverable costs extension is not the final puzzle piece in costs reform.
Firms must pay people equally if they have equal value to the business.
Court of Appeal judgment will lead to a slew of similar claims, but firms can emerge from the aftermath.
Magistrates must prioritise reducing reoffending and the welfare of the young person - punitive action is not necessarily the best approach.
London courts are pre-eminent but in a competitive post-Brexit world there is no room for complacency.
Chancery Lane should be prepared to manage the integration of freelance solicitors and solicitors in unregulated businesses.
Small and medium-sized law firms’ revenue has increased across all regions and most types of work.