The in/out debate has not yet touched on borderless technologies. That’s a big omission.
What do our regulators have to say about the part lawyers will play in online justice?
The Court of Justice of the European Union has thrown up a few juicy stories recently.
The fightback against Uber shows that lawyers must keep banging the drum for proper regulation of their profession.
Suspects and the accused must be granted their legal rights – especially now.
The two roles of running a business and giving legal advice need to be carefully separated.
The LSB appears to have overlooked its duty to encourage an ‘independent, strong, and effective’ profession.
Are we better off on our own in international trade deals with Canada and the US, or better off in the EU?
In this liberty v security debate, it is plausible to argue from both sides. But lawyers have one reason to support Apple.
22 February 2016
An online platform has finally been launched but what do lawyers need to know should Brexit become reality?
Serbia’s accession to the EU brings to mind regulatory issues facing lawyers closer to home.
The question of legal liability still hangs over lawyers as a concrete solution is not yet forthcoming.
Lawyers are safe from having to disclose details of tax schemes. For now.
If the government effectively seizes the wheel of the super-regulator, does that not signal a lack of confidence in its leader?
A new project aims to look at issues around what is seen as the most successful criminal law instrument developed by the EU.
The government’s lawyer-bashing contrasts sharply with its appeasement of disgraced bankers and media groups.
EU law will continue to govern our data protection regime regardless of whether we are in or out of the union.
Where is the evidence that making legal services regulators independent of their representative bodies will boost competition?
Policymakers must focus on the legal services we need and discard ideological preconceptions.
The rule of law is one of the union’s main values. But two member states have come under recent scrutiny for straying from EU principles.
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