Covid-19: Latest developments


Courts 'could come under pressure' to hear complicated possession cases quickly


Solicitor says cases involving private landlords are ones where tenants need legal representation the most.

Jagvinder Singh Kang

The NHSX app is a saviour not a privacy nightmare

2020-05-28T08:33:00+01:00By Jagvinder Singh Kang

Contact tracing without an app would risk lives and potentially lead to repeated lockdown.

Coronavirus social distancing sign

Our new life in justice


A clearer picture is emerging of what life in courts will be like after lockdown.

Lawyers in lockdown


Lawyers in lockdown: stories from the frontline


'There's no textbook for leaders in dealing with a 21st century global pandemic, but we know that compassionate leadership matters in a crisis.'

Polly Sweeney Rook Irwin Sweeney

Lawyers in lockdown: stories from the frontline


'I never imagined I would be launching a new law firm in the midst of a global health pandemic, with the country on lockdown.'

rachel reese

Lawyers in lockdown: stories from the frontline


'My trans and nonbinary inclusion company was just face-to-face training, but now we deliver everything virtually and still get our humour and points across.'

Gavin Knox

Lawyers in lockdown: stories from the frontline


'We help NHS frontline staff navigate their way through some very difficult situations where there are human rights implications.'

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