The European Commission's response to the deterioration of the rule of law in Poland is an attempt to protect us all.
Leading IT companies sidestep potential legal liabilities arising from online hate speech. What should we do about it?
Far less cooperation with the EU in criminal matters is likely to be one consequence of Brexit. This is not in our national interest.
In France, European Lawyers Day will be met with another move to help the profession and clients cope with ‘Uberisation’.
How can you stay ahead of a fast-moving, intimidatingly vast and complicated subject area?
The European Commission regards lawyer-client confidentiality as unimportant: it is incumbent on the profession to defend it.
Lawyers must stand up to the new revolutionaries and stress that procedures take priority over outcomes.
The Brexit revolution needs to find its friends where it can.
Kazakhstan offers an example of how English law can be used to promote UK interests overseas.
31 October 2016
Our guiding principle will be not what is moral, but what can be automated.
Trade deals are going out of fashion. But there is much lawyers can do to create growth opportunities.
Important decisions were taken at EU Council meetings last week on matters ranging from legal aid to enabling tax avoidance.
The UK is now a country that works for everyone – except me. And if you are a lawyer, it might not work for you either.
The EU lobbying transparency regime will still affect lawyers’ work post-Brexit.
3 October 2016
Good justice should always trump good intentions.
How a case involving dentists complicates the debate about splitting regulation from representation.
What good is the International Bar Association to a criminal legal aid solicitor in Rotherham?
It is timely to contemplate what the retreat from globalisation might mean for our profession.
Expect tense negotiations over forcing lawyers to disclose the details of tax schemes. But will their outcome matter in light of Brexit?
Despite the ongoing uncertainty, solicitors could make money out of the leave vote.
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