Solicitors registering to preserve EU practising rights remain in limbo
Male lawyers support a radical blueprint to achieve gender equality in the legal profession
Professional indemnity insurance bills up by more than a third at some larger firms
Only 0.5% of the charge orders made under the scheme was reconsidered by a district judge
TheBigWord will remove part of its services agreement with interpreters
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers convenes in Birmingham.
Initial cost of the new-look RTA portal is revealed to conference of personal injury lawyers.
Land Registry is working with conveyancers who process half of all remortgages in England and Wales.
Practitioners hold vigil as images of what has become of former sites are projected onto hoardings.
Wales practitioner is struck off after tribunal concludes that he told a string of lies to clients and to the SRA.
Retired judge says clinical negligence claims should be heard in a tribunal rather than court.
Regulator says it is 'actively considering' Welsh but that no decision has been taken.
House of Commons justice select committee says inequality of arms is 'fundamentally unfair'.
Claimant wanted case to go to full trial, but judge dismisses case after secret footage showed condition was feigned.
'Does anyone out there know when I last worked?' @CourtLift tweets from Reading.
Fair Trials says travel, insurance, credit ratings and job opportunities could be adversely affected.
Guidance sets out what firms should be telling clients about future and incurred costs.
Former lord chancellor Lord Falconer says the four recipients' work sums up the dire state of access to justice.
Majority of justices decide that Investigatory Powers Tribunals decisions can come into the High Court's purview.
Association of District Judges says policy of closing satellite courts needs urgent attention.
HM Courts & Tribunals Service says the payments reflect the potential financial burden for firms.
Lewis Silkin employee went back to previous email and attempted to pass off amended version.
A third of women lawyers have been sexually harassed at work and half have been bullied.
Number of High Court clashes over inheritance has risen 62% in two years
Practitioner group gathering data on how many suspects are being released under investigation following the 28-day time limit for police bail.
Recusal application ’never had any substance and was rightly rejected', Coulson LJ rules.
Dublin says England and Wales solicitors will require an 'establishment' and separate insurance in order to practise.
Profits up 22% as Boyes Turner reports revenues exceeding £15m for the first time.
Firm discriminated against employee weeks before it was shut down by the SRA.
Deputy head of civil justice says procedures have shifted to accommodate unrepresented people - but a different rulebook is a step too far.
Criminal Bar Association’s message comes as prosecutors mull action over fees.
The QC takes over the role from Baronness Newlove next month.
£56,250 needed to save judge's annotated copy for the nation.
Figures suggest restructured framework is achieving its aim - but Brexit could increase the bill.
Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal to hear allegations against Julian Critchlow.
North Yorkshire wills specialist is banned after 41 years as tribunal rejects altruism argument.
New webchat service among initiatives announced at start of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Costs chaser James Green has long been a bête noire of personal injury lawyers. But following the landmark Herbert ruling, he is in demand not only from claims management companies, but also the very firms that have reason to resent him.
Britain’s biggest fraud trial is providing a glimpse into the future of video hearings.
First rule of practice: ‘Don’t leave the office without money in the client account’.
Sir Andrew McFarlane says 11 centres are being ‘phased out’.
Chief executive Paul Philip said 'compliance is not optional’.
Solicitor James Green says a new industry may be emerging.
Campaigners will be holding a vigil in London on 16 May to ‘shine a light on justice’.
Family division president says carrying a knife has become a facet of everyday life.
England and Wales could lose out to competition from New York, Singapore and continental Europe if jurisdiction fails to tackle excessive cost.
Firm confirms ‘small number’ of partners will be leaving.
Ministry of Justice responds to pressure to cut court journey times.
LawTech Delivery Panel taskforce seeks views on crypto-assets under English private law.
High Court decision in favour of Sisters of the Holy Cross appears to be the final chapter in a nine-year saga.
Non-lawyer picks up court reform portfolio as Lucy Frazer QC is promoted to solicitor general.
New bar professional training course billed as a more flexible and lower cost alternative.
Advising Communities says it prevented 169 people from being evicted or becoming homeless in 2017/18.
Former head of intellectual property Joel Barry has left the firm.
Three law firm bands show that lawyers know how to have a good time.
Police chief says Stuart Eager’s crimes were 'shocking and depraved'.
Michael O’Maoileoin was struck off the roll of solicitors in March last year.
Justice minister says early feedback shows technology is having a positive impact on case progression.
Family division president praises HM Courts & Tribunals staff for working hard during a difficult time.
Draft guidance says courts should assist journalists and bloggers applying to relax reporting restrictions.
Employment tribunal makes maximum award to former worker at Lancashire firm.
Stock exchange listed chambers-style firm says it now has more than 270 self-employed lawyers.
Pilot scheme to bypass security checks will be rolled out nationally by 2020, Ministry of Justice says.
Bar Council of Delhi approves complaint from Society of Indian Law Firms.
Ministry of Justice says further refund schemes will be unveiled this summer.
Annual report shows number of international commercial disputes heard is continuing to rise.
Group action claim filed in Liverpool today on behalf of potentially more than 200,000 Brazilians.
Placing a strand of hair on a corpse is all in a day's work for TV solicitor.
Lord Burnett of Maldon says lord chancellor agrees that the bar to appointments will not be lowered.
Reporting requirement similar to money laundering obligations could be problematic, Law Society debate on NDAs hears.
Newly qualified pay increases to £100,000 at magic circle firm.
The government advises home buyers and sellers to check for 'hidden extras' when choosing a conveyancer in 'how to' guides published today.
Cyprus-registered lawyer's registration had been rejected by Athens Bar Association on the ground that he was a monk.
SRA finds one third of reviewed firms falling short on risk assessments.
Landowner's negligence claim against lawyers an ‘abusive attack’ on his conviction for unlawfully felling trees.
Computer predictions of offender behaviour ‘still share or amplify many weaknesses of human decision-making’, says AI partnership.
It ’is not the silver bullet’, says Fiona Bruce.
Labour MP Harriet Harman told MPs she was emailed by woman who had been sexually assaulted yet felt she was on trial.
Gregory Treverton-Jones QC warns law firms will be forced to send clients to another firm following SDT ruling.
It’s nearly time for the highlight of the Law Society Yacht Club’s year – a day racing in classic boats off the Isle of Wight.
Administrators appointed to handle matters at south east firm Warren’s Law.
Rosenblatt chief says her firm is in a unique position to litigate and purchase cases.
Law tech delivery panel is to seek views from lawyers and coders on cryptoassets and smart contracts.
Regulator alleges that Ryan Beckwith should have known his actions after 'celebratory event' constituted an abuse of authority.
State of England and Wales courts comes under fire, as new figures emerge to show many are inaccessible.
SRA publishes banning notice in relation to Reading-based trainee.