Greece has dominated the headlines but other issues - mass surveillance, regulation - abound across Europe.
How might the controversy surrounding digital taxi service Uber impact on regulation of lawyers?
If Greece goes bust, what will happen to client money?
Governments should never be allowed to authorise surveillance of lawyers’ secret conversations – otherwise politicians become judge and jury in their own case.
International courts keep growing, which raises questions about how they treat lawyers.
Are law firms doing enough to innovate and compete with the rise of the machines?
Two recent reports have put large firms in the spotlight over real or perceived conflicts of interest. Will they rebut the claims?
Civil war has broken out at the Court of Justice of the European Union over a backlog of cases in the General Court.
A new website - a cross between Uber and Find A Solicitor - is helping suspects in Belgium gain prompt access to a lawyer.
The reporting obligations imposed on lawyers are inconsistent and confused.
We can’t predict the exact nature of threats to legal services. So future plans should be of only the broadest variety.
Countries across the EU treat in-house lawyers differently. Why?
Regulate the unregulated and ride the technological wave – or clients will suffer.
Despite Chris Grayling’s best efforts to withhold details, it is still possible to compare the UK’s justice system with others in Europe.
The government has a UN-mandated duty to keep lawyers safe. In Phil Shiner’s case, its actions have further compromised his personal security.
Draft IBA guidance on human rights poses many questions for lawyers.
If only Europe would share Canada’s view that money laundering obligations are inconsistent with efforts to maintain lawyer-client confidentiality.
The complications that arise when obtaining a power of attorney.
We must not repeat the mistakes of the past if aid is to be spent effectively on justice systems in developing countries.
Conference of chief justices offers a way out of the old plot-line.
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