Amendment places National Council of the Judiciary under control of parliament.
Vice-president Christina Blacklaws among those marching under the banner 'all are equal under the law'.
Colin, a legal assistant for the Amazon Echo device, was the winner at the online courts 24-hour ‘Hackathon’.
Solicitor Peter Charles Metcalf, admitted in 1977, is among six people who have been charged with criminal offences in relation to the 1989 Hillsborough disaster and its aftermath, the Crown Prosecution Service announced last week. Metcalf acted for South Yorkshire Police during the Taylor inquiry into the disaster and the ...
David Lidington MP was sworn in as lord high chancellor of Great Britain last week, telling the most senior legal figures in England and Wales that he will be ‘resolute and unflinching’ in upholding the rule of law and defending the independence of the judiciary. In an apparent attempt to ...
Hundreds of solicitor firms, law students and barristers have responded to a plea to provide pro bono advice and representation to families and seriously injured people following last month’s bombing of the Manchester Arena. The day after the attack, Manchester Law Society began coordinating a ‘pro bono advice rota’, looking ...
Emmanuel Macron, who as economy minister was responsible for partially liberalising France’s legal services sector, will take office as president of the Fifth Republic today.
An execution rope, straitjacket and cat o’ nine tails are among the exhibits at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham, the opening of which was formally announced last week.
The law is being used in India to enable victims of child prostitution to become lawyers.
Five years ago last month three legal businesses, including the Co-op, heralded a new era in the provision of consumer-friendly legal services. But how much has really changed?