Judgments from the Inner House and the CJEU reaffirm constitution fundamentals.
Government will look for close cooperation with the criminal defence profession in the new year, says justice minister Lucy Frazer QC.
There is a dangerous tale of two countries emerging in our justice system, a story we are seeing played out across the world.
Solicitors await clarification on liability for child protection.
Health professionals need more resources to cut the number of errors that result in negligence claims.
During a time in which we are increasingly warned that human rights are eroding, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights remains resilient.
The government was wrong to state that the disclosed Brexit deal advice was cloaked with legal privilege.
Long-awaited reform must be implemented soon to avoid more horror stories.
At HJA we concluded that an Employee Ownership Trust structure offers a secure and stable future for law firms.
The proposed withdrawal agreement would subject the UK to a court which can never be an impartial arbiter in legal disputes involving the EU’s own interests.
Lisa Osofsky has already recognised the need to speed up charging decisions, as well as indicating a pragmatism towards corporate investigations.
We find out every detail of solicitors’ misdeeds. We’re not even told what judges have done wrong.
The United Nations has published a report that will help set universal standards for bars across the globe.
Social workers must do more to keep care cases out of court to ease the pressure on lawyers and judges.
No matter how hard we try, we cannot ignore the fact that even City lawyers have no cause to sit comfortably as Brexit looms.
The High Court is correct to throw out a judicial review of the government’s decision on the Leveson inquiry.
MPs and peers are concerned that exiting the EU will see us ‘go backwards’ on children’s rights.
Solicitors may find the government’s latest list of no-deal notices useful to help prepare for the ever-approaching, yet continually uncertain, Brexit outcome.
There needs to remain an element of evidence in writing, but this must be closely monitored in terms of both length and relevant content.