IBA conference shows double standards for applying the rule of law.
Panama Papers report crosses sacrosanct boundaries - we should be seriously concerned.
The government says it wishes to retain as much as possible of EU mechanisms in data protection.
American Bar Association’s new legal fact checking website sets a precedent we should follow.
Single demands, ’red lines’ and wishlists will mean little on their own.
Given the work of the EU, access to cross-border electronic evidence will only be complicated by leaving.
Crises over judicial independence and immigration highlight the delicate balance of asserting EU values while respecting national sovereignty.
31 July 2017
The role of lawyer must be reimagined to confront the market disrupters
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Brexit negotiation positions offer stark contrasts in the role of lawyers in pending proceedings after UK withdrawal.
Unaccompanied children applying for asylum in the EU need specific legal and other protections.
New EC position papers on police and judicial cooperation show the way - but so much that is complex is still to come.
Lawyers need to be careful when the special rules they claim permit too many exemptions from socially useful legislation.
26 June 2017
Regulators should drop their obsession with ownership and focus on more urgent matters.
The same urgent topics are preoccupying major bars and law societies across the world.
New services will be of value to UK lawyers even after Brexit.
We need a regulatory information resource for lawyer disciplinary records worldwide.
As Brexit threatens to damage cross-border legal practices, African societies are trying to form their own unions.
The EU is a union of values, as well as a trade and currency bloc. We must not abandon those values.
22 May 2017
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