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Plans for enforcing UK judgments in EU member states post-Brexit do not provide parties with sufficient certainty, the leading academic authority on private international law has warned.
Judges will be left to ‘do their best’ if government intervention does not happen now.
Outrage at seven-year sentence for UN judge whose detention in Turkey stalled genocide trial.
A UN judge found guilty in a Turkish court of membership of a terrorist organisation has resumed work on a stalled Rwanda genocide appeal.
Rules preventing chambers publishing diversity figures on members’ sexuality have come under fire.
Department for Education and the MoJ want lawyers kept out of hearings to determine disputes between parents of disabled children and local authorities.
Efforts by law firms to stand out by defining their ‘values’ and purpose commonly fail through lack of management commitment, the former head of customer service at iconic department store chain John Lewis has said.
The Law Society must go further than help solicitors meet basic ‘competence’ requirements, providing services to help members develop and progress their careers, Society president Robert Bourns told the annual Law Management Section conference last month.
Ransomware features in half of all cybercrime reports to the police where a business suffers an attack on its computer system, a senior City police officer told the conference.