25 January 2021By Charlotte Hill
25 January 2021By Daniella McGuigan
25 January 2021By Claire Green
The need to promote the benefits of family mediation has never been greater.
2021-01-19T11:12:00+00:00By Mark Guthrie,
The US experience warns against thinking that a populist politician could not emerge here and deliberately seek to undermine the rule of law.
18 January 2021By Scott Goldstein
2021-01-04T14:14:00+00:00By Darren Smyth
Complexities arising from the Northern Ireland Protocol.
From digital adoption to technological innovation.
14 December 2020By Rob Allen
A new report from Transform Justice published today argues that the Sentencing Council needs to raise its game.
7 December 2020By Rachel Rothwell
Business and Property Courts
2020-12-04T10:30:00+00:00By Sharon McKie,
How coronavirus has thrown the spotlight on to complexity of earning Statutory Residence Test relief.
23 November 2020By Nick Vamos
Are the government’s stop-gap extradition arrangements fit for purpose?
2020-11-11T15:08:00+00:00By Heike Wollgast,
Collaborative and commercial dispute resolution.
9 November 2020By Jason Woodland
2 November 2020By Simon Bruce
2020-10-27T09:46:00+00:00By David Emmerson
Increasing feature with separating couples is the charge that, typically, the man is a narcissist and the mother is alienating the children from the father. Is it always the reality?
26 October 2020By Steven Barrett
2020-10-21T15:00:00+01:00By Faith Kelly
An industry not always considered a technological leader within the economy has had to adopt new tech in order to survive.
19 October 2020By Patrick Wheeler,
2020-09-16T13:57:00+01:00By Giles Parsons
What use by AI of a copyright work should be allowed?
14 SeptemberBy Rebecca Niblock,
In July 2019 the High Court found in favour of Royal Bank of Scotland in N v RBS, which was brought by a former customer seeking damages flowing from what it said were unlawful actions taken by RBS.
2020-08-26T08:35:00+01:00By Sergei Ostrovsky
Top cross-border transactional trends and legal developments in post-Covid Ukraine.
2020-08-20T12:20:00+01:00By Kate Bex QC
We have known for many years the lessons to be learned, but struggle to put them into practice.
3 August 2020By Claire Morel de Westgaver
Execution of a search order involves an invasive element of 'close contact'. In the current climate, how can one operate?
27 July 2020By Nikki Edwards
2020-07-22T10:53:00+01:00By Nicholas Bevan
Management and supervision of remote will executions should be made a reserved activity.
20 July 2020By Jolyon Maugham QC
By Gazette reporter
2020-07-17T09:45:00+01:00By Kieran Bowe,
Lockdown has made it hard for personal representatives to administer estates within a reasonable period of time.
29 June 2020By Simon Davis
A new Law Society initiative as the Covid-19 crisis abates.
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