25 October 2021By Paul Brehony
25 October 2021By Chris Freeman
11 October 2021By Caroline Field
4 October 2021By Ian Hargreaves
Bribery and corruption.
4 October 2021By PJ Kirby QC,
Brie Stevens-Hoare QC
Diversity and inclusion.
20 September 2021By Amy Bowden
13 September 2021By Gregory Treverton-Jones QC
2021-09-09T10:05:00+01:00By Sylvie Gallage-Alwis
'Anxiety damage' refers to the anxiety to develop a disease in the future because of exposure to a hazardous substance.
6 September 2021By Jonathan Fisher QC
Corporate criminal liability.
6 September 2021By Sailesh Mehta
Asylum and human rights.
6 September 2021By Mary Young,
2021-08-10T14:18:00+01:00By Josef Rybacki
The Stop Ecocide Foundation’s expert drafting panel has released its definition of the crime.
By Josef Rybacki
2021-08-05T08:28:00+01:00By Emma Ruane
Pharma disputes on the horizon.
26 July 2021By Nick Gurney-Champion
26 July 2021By Stuart Nolan,
26 July 2021By Dimitri Kosenko
2021-07-22T00:01:00+01:00By Josep Galvez
The European Commission has recently recommended that EU member states should deny the UK's accession.
19 July 2021By Alison Geary,
19 July 2021By Daria Sakhno
12 July 2021By John McElroy,
28 June 2021By Netanya Clixby
21 June 2021By Greta Barkle,
Online Safety Bill.
14 June 2021By Gavin Foggo,
24 May 2021By Leigh Callaway
24 May 2021By Andrew Skipper
Advancing English law post-Brexit
2021-05-19T09:55:00+01:00By Dr Victoria Roper
The Covid-19 pandemic has irrevocably changed our professional and personal lives. Since March 2020, solicitors have been working and supervising junior staff and trainees remotely.
10 May 2021By Richard Sallybanks,
3 May 2021By Eddy Eccles,
26 April 2021By Elizabeth Ward
Professional indemnity insurance
19 April 2021By Susanne Buergi
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