International tribunal is struggling to resolve an impasse over the jailing of a judge by the government of Turkey.
Lawyers must strengthen their commitment to business and human rights principles, according to Law Society guidance issued today.
Arguments in the trial of former Bosnian-Serb general Ratko Mladić for ‘crimes against humanity’ bring the historic process close to the end of an era.
The international war crimes tribunal makes public increasingly desperate pleas for one of its judges detained in Turkey.
There is much to interest a lawyer-reader in Elizabeth Foyster’s account of the lunacy commission convened to decide whether the Third Earl of Portsmouth should be declared insane.
More details published of proposals to slash the cost of training and tackle high exam failure rates.
Fines by US regulators and law enforcement agencies for interest rate and Forex manipulation totalled £8bn in the last four years – dwarfing penalties issued by the European Commission, EU member states and Switzerland.