Features – Page 6

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    Staying powers

    18 May 2020

    Marialuisa Taddia canvasses practitioners on coping with a dysfunctional immigration regime made worse by the pandemic.

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    Public law challenges: What happened next

    11 May 2020

    Seminal public law challenges disappear from the media radar after final judgment is handed down. What happens next is not always what one would expect.

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    SDT decisions

    11 May 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

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    Running for cover

    11 May 2020

    With premiums on the up and income in freefall, the Gazette assembles a panel of brokers and solicitors for insights and advice on professional indemnity insurance. Maria Shahid reports.

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    LLPs facing post-Covid-19 ‘bloodbath’

    4 May 2020

    Partnership disputes.

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    SDT decisions

    4 May 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

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    Legal engineer

    4 May 2020

    In the first of a new series on alternative legal careers, Katharine Freeland looks at legal engineers and the skills needed to thrive in this increasingly important role

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    Crash test

    4 May 2020

    Covid-19 has prompted unprecedented collaboration between personal injury claimant lawyers and the insurance sector. Could this new spirit of co-operation survive the pandemic?   

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    SDT decisions

    27 April 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

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    Shutting up shop

    27 April 2020

    The impact of lockdown on commercial real estate and the sector’s legal advisers will be profound.

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    Past in the present

    27 April 2020

    Three decades separate the onset of Alexandra Marks’ and Charlotte Parkinson’s legal careers. What could they possibly have to say to each other? Quite a lot, we discover.

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    Data page – May 2020

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    The latest data page figures, compiled by Moneyfacts, are now available.

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    Self starters

    20 April 2020

    After just three years the ‘continuing competence’ regime is already being reviewed. Was the SRA right to deregulate professional development?

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    Lockdown or pitstop?

    20 April 2020

    A generational shift in working practices accelerated by the Covid-19 lockdown has far-reaching implications for legal tech. There will be no going back.

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    Decisions and interventions

    20 April 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

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    Power grab

    20 April 2020

    Is a UK daily death toll numbered in the hundreds distracting us from unjustified assaults on our rights and the responsibilities of government?

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    Does being good at your job put you at risk?

    20 April 2020

    Flip side of competence is being at high risk of burnout.

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    Law Society spotlight: The Law Society Charity

    6 April 2020

    Founded 45 years ago, the LSC mostly depends upon legacies and donations from law firms and individual practitioners.

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    Northern powerhouse

    6 April 2020

    Lower operating costs, highly respected learning institutions and a proactive development agency are helping transform Northern Ireland’s legal services sector. Marialuisa Taddia reports on a province that has become a magnet for leading international firms  

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    Home-made justice

    6 April 2020

    For the lawyers and expert witnesses involved, the first trial conducted through Skype was a success – but that enthusiasm is not shared by the litigant.