President Robert Bourns spoke at the London School of Economics.
Legal Case Management says it can hive off the bulk of case work to ‘skilled, unregulated paralegals’.
Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal rules Mohammed Zahir Uddin’s conduct ‘utterly disgraceful’.
ABI accuses the government of ‘caving in’ to the demands of personal injury lawyers.
Four years on, the financial services watchdog has yet to convince lawyers representing victims of alleged wrongdoing that it is living up to its rhetoric.
What happens when two professional bodies receive a virtually identical complaint about a member concerning a breach of their rules, code or principles?
Iran is the biggest new market to re-enter the global economy in decades. But foreign businesses and their advisers still face formidable obstacles.
A new ‘super-exam’ is designed to open up the profession, but there is no evidence it will.
This book is a toolkit complete with draft policies, checklists and procedures, all on a CD.
Whether we leave the Single Market or not, the direction of travel on lawyer regulation is the same.