More lawyers need to follow in the footsteps of David Lloyd George and Clement Attlee to ensure our institutions are committed to the rule of law.
The Law Society of Upper Canada has raised the stakes in terms of what lawyers should do to promote equality and diversity.
27 November 2017
The IBA has produced an invaluable report collating all research on the future of legal services
Will the Paradise Papers force a recalibration of privilege to meet modern expectations?
Bill and Joshua Browder - the parent-child combination that changed the law without being lawyers.
As anglophone dispute resolution centres multiply, the UK faces a fierce fight to remain a global legal centre.
30 October 2017
The status of your professional body post-Brexit will take a long time to settle.
An equivalent of the EU-US Privacy Shield needs to be shaped before Brexit.
The extent of lawyer independence varies on state interpretation, but without plurality there will be no progress.
China’s new Belt and Road association for lawyers aims to share knowledge with legal organisations across the globe. But where does the rule of law fit in?
A new campaign to safeguard the UK’s status as global legal centre is welcome - but we must keep our continental colleagues onside.
The legal sector revolves around Chancery Lane - just as it did for Pepys and Donne.
25 September 2017
Council of Europe must stand firm on Russia or it might as well shut down.
Legal market needs to respond to consequences of artificial intelligence competition.
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.
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