Association of Chartered Certified Accounts hails ‘important development’.
Local authorities should think long and hard before removing seriously disabled children from their parents.
Renowned academic and author of Equity and the Law of Trusts dies at 92.
Hertfordshire lawyer abused his position as attorney to transfer money to his account - and to pay SRA’s costs.
On 8 December 2017 the European Commission and UK government issued a Joint Report on the progress of article 50 talks to date. A week later the stage was set to proceed.
Luke Watson has four predictions about the outcome of the Law Commission’s review on wills.
Christodoulides v Marcou considers whether trial judge applied the correct legal principles for establishing fraudulent calumny.
A transgender father’s appeal against a refusal for direct contact with his five children who belonged to the Charedi Jewish community allowed and remitted for reconsideration.
Lawyers will need to pay close attention to local authority contracts with independent fostering agencies.
For the Parole Board to have its vital independence of decision-making diluted would be bad news for our handling of offender rehabilitation.
I am sure that John Greenwood (Gazette, 20 November) is by no means the only solicitor to have suffered at the hands of a disappointed opponent.
A dignitary interviewed on the radio the other day was asked what had been the most important factor in his life – the answer was luck. Looking back on a long legal career, I realise how vital this was.