Court reduces costs claimed by defendant lawyers - but not because they were larger than claimant’s.
Court refers appellant’s appeal against respondent tour operator for damages, in circumstances where she had been raped and assaulted by hotel employee, to CJEU.
Court held that claimant required ’social support’ as he needed someone trained or experienced in assisting people to engage in social situations.
Mother’s appeal against findings of fact made against her in care proceedings, made on basis of fresh evidence suggesting her account of events had been plausible, was dismissed.
Judge backs Taylor Wessing in five-year dispute over Bahamian trust.
Regulator says documentary evidence not necessarily needed to build up a picture.
Advocacy in serious youth court cases would be restricted to solicitors holding revised qualification.
Official reports on the ‘super-exam’ pilot raise far more questions than they answer, says the Association of Law Teachers. The SRA must disclose more information to assess whether the new SQE will be fit for purpose.
A Level, or even GCSE results, shouldn’t be the first filter applied to candidates wanting to enter the legal profession.
Lawyers are fighting for the rule of law despite a climate of corruption and fear.
Stephen David Jones, admitted in 1986, is sentenced in the High Court at conclusion of three-day trial.
Property solicitor agrees outcome resulting in his being struck off the roll.
Defendant solicitors had reported Sohail Ghani to the SRA, but the tribunal found allegations unproven.