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  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Soft soap, hard border

    18 October 2021

    Jeremy Miles and Mick Antoniw want to believe that wholesale devolution of justice and policing to Wales is merely a matter of time.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Right to a lawyer

    11 October 2021

    There are renewed pleas for the Law Society to fund legal representation for solicitors facing disciplinary proceedings.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Show us the money

    4 October 2021

    Is Labour shadow justice secretary David Lammy to the right of Michael Gove?

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Third sector boom

    27 September 2021

    Litigation funding has burst into the mainstream.

  • Eduardo-Reyes-2019
    Opinion

    Can Raab be holistic?

    20 September 2021

    Ministry of Justice welcomes its eighth justice secretary and lord chancellor in 10 years.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    How’s your moral compass?

    13 September 2021

    Extra-mural scrutiny is only going to become more intense – and not only with respect to climate change.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Learning curve

    2021-09-03T11:06:00Z

    Will the SQE ‘super-exam’ deliver what it says on the tin?

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    The future’s orange

    2 August 2021

    ‘Cutbacks are being made across the criminal justice system, with a massive shortfall in the court service budget and prison reform groups saying efficiency savings are crippling attempts at rehabilitation.’

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    City cornucopia

    26 July 2021

    A magic circle partner once said there was no reason why top City partners should not earn as much as Premier League footballers. Now they do.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Gilded youth

    19 July 2021

    Do newly qualified solicitors get paid too much?

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Knowing the score

    12 July 2021

    Sport is a growth industry like few others.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    A question of trust

    5 July 2021

    Our biggest companies care more for their external ‘stakeholders’ than ever before.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Winds of change

    28 June 2021

    It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Stirring the SIF pot

    21 June 2021

    The SRA and the Society are under pressure to find a solution.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Working hypothesis

    14 June 2021

    Thinktank’s forecast that the five-day office week will return looks like a vain attempt to stuff the genie back into the bottle.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Chucking bricks

    7 June 2021

    North London estate agent Jeremy Leaf is not enamoured of conveyancers.

  • Eduardo Reyes
    Opinion

    SENDing the wrong message

    24 May 2021

    Gazette readers who have direct experience of dealing with a local authority on behalf of disabled children, whether as parents or as lawyers acting on behalf of clients, will look at the latest salvo against ‘high needs’ children by the president of the Society of County Treasurers and think: ...

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    From famine to feast

    17 May 2021

    After surviving a famine, conveyancers are now invited to a feast. We should not be too surprised.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Only connect?

    10 May 2021

    Pronouncement by bar councils of Britain and Ireland on remote hearings was notable for its singularity alone.

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Information is power

    3 May 2021

    How law and access to justice operate is not something most people want to think about until they are obliged to engage with them. How do we change this?