Court security officers may not place their hands inside visitors' bags but it's apparently OK to make lawyers feel humiliated.
Developing a different approach when taking instructions and presenting cases may create new outcomes and precedents.
Smaller and regional law firms often struggle to replicate the City’s diversity and inclusion initiatives.
The Private Prosecutors’ Association (PPA) has launched a consultation on its draft code for private prosecutors.
Profession needs a go-to fact-checking website to lay out background law in complex legal matters.
It will be a bold government that tries to shackle the tech giants.
The system seems designed for the comfort and convenience of the people administering it.
Predictive policing based on AI should be tested under independent scrutiny, not banned.
Benefits that technology can bring to the sector are plentiful, but its social costs are alarming.
Courts around the world have invested in technology to improve the litigation process but enforcement lags behind.
Civil litigators will need to be resourceful as developments in 2019 herald fresh uncertainty.
The strike-off of Emily Scott has caused uproar, proving a review of the SRA’s whistblowing charter is very much welcome.
MPs could still bring down the proposals - if someone is willing to speak out.
Diary of a busy practitioner, juggling work and family somewhere in England. This week: training to be a mediator.
The tribunal had no option but to strike off Emily Scott. But she should never have been prosecuted in the first place.
The Law Society and Resolution have issued a note for solicitors engaged in cross-border family work. Now other subject areas must be tackled.
Our new blogger on the everyday challenges of juggling family life with a hectic career as a solicitor somewhere in England. This week: Of Amy Winehouse, sprinting to the office and remembering to empathise.
Lord Hope’s diary offers a fascinating insight into the embarrassing fallout from former Chile dictator’s extradition appeal.