Prison does not work for anyone, woman or man. The criminal justice system needs to be rethought for everyone
As president, I know from member feedback that practice notes are among the most highly valued things the Law Society does. We harness the expertise of the best in the profession through our committees of volunteers and we share this knowledge with everyone to support good practice.
At the beginning of March, I was invited to the Ministry of Justice for a workshop explaining more about the online divorce project from HMCTS. I joined representatives from the Law Society, Resolution and the bar.
I am a civil litigator whose work rarely takes me to the Chancery Division of the High Court.
I completely empathise with John Greenwood’s concern over the pressure and ennui of a solicitor’s practice (letters, 3 April). What I cannot agree with is his solution of taking on, for example, the duties of a deputy district judge or a recorder as ‘a chance to get away from the ...
Regulator’s decision to exclude public and press from meetings removes vital check and balance on the powers of a tax-raising body