Solicitors must keep wellbeing conversations going to make a real difference on mental health.
Reforms promised in the new unjustified threats bill are evidence that patient committee work can pay off.
Think the government is clueless about privatising Land Registry? A classic sitcom was there first.
The more things develop, the more one gets the sense that the reality is going to be less radical than first feared.
Norton Rose Fulbright should do more than admin in Manila — why not legal work too?
David Cameron’s ambition for a UK spaceport, announced in the Queen's speech, faces epic legal battles.
We must judge the success of this week’s London summit only by the long-term practical actions that may follow.
Who needs to prove fraud when you can simply deem claims unnecessary?
Lawyers were urged to give ‘reassurance’ in the last European membership referendum.
It's a tonic for staff that the firm has struck a deal with lenders, but executives face a daunting challenge to make the numbers add up.
After decades of denying that Brussels creates very much law, the ‘in’ campaign has changed its tune.
A ‘one-nation justice system’ cannot be built by recourse to crude populism.
Fears have been expressed about fixed fees but radical change could address flaws in the current regime.
If the courts must generate cash, the £10,000 limit is simply too low.
If firms fail to address ingrained cultural problems in the profession, they may face an exodus of talented young lawyers.
The department seems to have gone into hibernation, but solicitors need certainty.
Court of Appeal to rule on whether claimants should be allowed to keep RTA protocol costs.
The Supreme Court’s recent ruling on joint enterprise is a reflection of the strength of our legal system, rather than of its weakness.
Former justice minister supports calls for an immediate review of legal aid reforms.
Lawyers should be wary of taking a lead from other sectors on ditching jargon.
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