Failure to adopt a more proportionate approach continues to damn future generations.
There are various pieces to the puzzle of improving diversity in the law.
A record 15,000 walkers from 886 registered teams raised over £850,000 by completing the London Legal Walk.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: time recording.
Claimants should be required to prove their cases, but this must be proportionate.
Further pressure from Beijing may ensue if the bill is withdrawn. Passing the bill risks widespread public disorder.
When social convention intrudes, there is more at stake than linguistic dogmatism.
Clients will love you for letting opponents screw up, but the wider public may see solicitors playing games.
Post script for Jofa Ltd & Anor v Benherst Finance Ltd & Anor gained a great deal of attention.
A Court of Appeal judgment over flight delay claims could have consequences for all firms developing their own technology.
Pre-existing citizens’ safeguards should not be thrown out to make room for new laws.
The ruling in Davey v Money  EWHC 997 (Ch) delivered a blow to the cap that won't sit well with litigation funders.
Inclusivity measures in the profession have had an impact, but progress has not been seen everywhere.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: starting school.
Far too few top lawyers went to comprehensives. We must do more to foster social mobility
Welcome intervention by CJEU or another example of EU over-reach?