8 June 2015
The 2014 professional indemnity renewal round was characterised as ‘benign’. After years of turmoil, is the insurance market for solicitors finally stabilising?
11 May 2015
The legal profession’s belief in access to justice for all is undimmed. But faced with an ageing cadre of practitioners and swingeing public funding cuts, that commitment must be combined with creativity.
20 April 2015
London is the world’s most popular seat for international arbitrations. Time to celebrate its dominance – or counsel against complacency?
23 March 2015
Family lawyers take clients through some of the most difficult episodes of their lives – a process complicated by overstretched courts and inconsistent judgments.
9 March 2015
Will further devolution prove a boon or a burden for solicitors in Wales? The latest Gazette roundtable tries to find out.
2 February 2015
Solicitors are ‘key enablers’ for serious organised crime – time to be on guard, the Gazette ’s latest roundtable hears.
19 January 2015
Eduardo Reyes reports from a roundtable bringing together in-house lawyers who must reconcile the interests of the public and policymakers in not-for-profit organisations.
17 November 2014
While in-house teams are growing stronger, uppermost in lawyers’ minds are ways to control costs and broaden skill-sets.
20 October 2014
The global financial crisis hit real estate legal services hard, blighting careers and forcing down fees. But the sector is bouncing back.
6 October 2014
Commercial law firms increasingly accept some responsibility for the wellbeing of both lawyers and staff. But providing the right support is not straightforward.
28 July 2014
Law firms are embracing cutting-edge technology to improve efficiency and provide services that meet client expectations.
30 June 2014
The success of commercial barristers is reliant on an independent and viable publicly funded bar now under sustained attack. What to do?
5 May 2014
The professional indemnity insurance market is likely to remain turbulent for some time to come, despite far-reaching reforms.
28 April 2014
Local authorities are turning to innovative operating models in a climate of savage retrenchment.
10 March 2014
Despite an oft-stated commitment to fairness, the legal profession struggles with gender equality – with costs for all. The Gazette roundtable on Women in the Law asked leading practitioners why.
17 February 2014
The Gazette ’s latest roundtable discussion, on risk management in conveyancing.
9 December 2013
The Gazette ’s latest roundtable looks at changing attitudes towards solicitor-advocates.
21 October 2013
Austerity Britain has presented lawyers willing to provide pro bono legal advice with severe challenges in accommodating unmet need.
23 September 2013
The Gazette ’s latest roundtable looks at the future of claimant personal injury.
08 July 2013
Claims by businesses against banks for the alleged mis-selling of complex financial products may yet cost the banks billions
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