HM Courts & Tribunals Service reported five incidents to the Information Commissioner's Office.
Ministry of Justice says the January outage was reputationally damaging.
Calls for evidence on system for proving identity ‘without the need for identity cards’.
Justice Alliance publishes booklet to commemorate Legal Aid and Advice Act 1949.
Chancery Lane chief says Conveyancing Protocol will provide consistency and improve efficiency.
Hundreds of lawyers have been convicted since attempted coup in 2016.
Lord chancellor prepares to bid farewell as he sends a message to his successor in a speech on reoffending.
Prosecutors should remember their responsibilities as 'ministers of justice'.
New figures from lobby group show law and accountancy firms contributed £19.1bn to the exchequer last year.
New starters at global firm Baker McKenzie will get a £5,000 signing-on bonus.
Frontline staff unsure who needs to do what each stage of the criminal justice process.
London lawyer said his own administration system ‘fell into disarray’.
Judges rule that comparing the value of a claim and the premium paid is not a measure of reasonableness.
Issues of reasonableness and proportionality to come under the microscope in dual judgment.
Administrator’s report reveals measure was dropped due to bad publicity - but restarted by costs recovery experts.
Magic circle firm wants to see greater diversity among the counsel it instructs.
Consumer panel says SRA and Legal Ombudsman have made positive changes, but there is more to do.
John Killington has restrictions extended to nine years after being pursued for costs by SRA.
Listed pioneer reports bullish results four years after going public.
Crown Prosecution Service says it is reflecting on critical judgment carefully.
Trustees of Lambeth Law Centre confirm the facility has shut with immediate effect.
Government figures show there were 94 law centres in 2013/14. There are 47 now.
NHS also set to benefit from new -0.25% rate, according to government’s impact assessment.
Former head of private client department found to have made mistakes in handling of administration.
David Gauke pledges to break employment barrier but report highlights 'double discrimination' faced by BAME people.
Muhammad Ifzal failed to complete the courses required for admission, but applied anyway using forgeries.
Contrasting responses after lord chancellor's surprise decision to set -0.25% rate.
Long-awaited figure affecting damages payouts announced by lord chancellor.
The bar is not known for its humility, a characteristic on show at the Bar Council’s anniversary knees-up last week.
Reynen Court, founded by Andrew Klein, aims to cut time taken for a firm to procure systems ‘from months to minutes’.
Only record of a meeting in which Sir Rupert Jackson proposed extending the Aarhus convention cost-cap is lost.
Charities such as the RNLI will now have to pay more to be notified bequests.
Judge says interim costs order should be made with a view to solicitors’ cashflow in long-lasting litigation.
The government’s Economic Crime Plan allocates £48m for law enforcement, while the NCA insists £2.7bn is needed.
Overall spending still increasing as compensation levels and defence costs rise.
Alex Rolf van der Zwaan concealed correspondence in order to protect his job.
From September 2020, aspiring barristers may commence a two-part course run by the Inns of Court College of Advocacy.
Susan Acland-Hood told MPs there is no standard operating procedure - but solicitors say they don't have enough time to take proper instructions.
Proposals divided industry when they went to consultation back in 2017.
Nottingham CMC director was a key claims supplier to the formerly high-profile but now defunct Bolton firm.
Lawyers and law students submitted entries in the first Global Law Photography competition.
Profit, PEP and revenue all up at the magic circle firm.
Hundreds of practitioners gather for the 17th Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards.
Share of bench occupied by judges with non-barrister backgrounds has dropped by three percentage points.
International firm’s partners received £33,000 less than last year.
Tribunal decision to bar Midlands sole practitioner for dishonesty is upheld in the High Court.
Theresa May says a quarter of the Ministry of Justice budget is spent on legal aid.
Students on the law conversion course will receive a five-figure maintenance grant from the magic circle firm.
Senior judiciary also seek to address misplaced concerns at appearance before MPs.
Three City firms released promising profit and revenue growth figures for year to 30 April.
Super regulator creates 'new resource of information and advice for legal services regulators' to deal with lawtech.
Lady Justice Hallett warns City of London Corporation that rival jurisdictions are primed to exploit the degradation of our legal system.
The number of unresolved cases grows as city watchdog opens more investigations than ever.
New SRA aggregated data shows firms are excelling at ensuring complaints stay in-house.
Dominic Clayden says progress on the small claims portal now depends on the work of rule-makers.
Stéphanie Hamon will lead Norton Rose Fulbright’s consulting practice for in-house lawyers.
New route for redress proposed after party told that solicitors are warning leaseholders not to use tribunals.
‘Far more beneficial changes’ could have been made to lifetime gift rules, lawyers claim.
Listed legal services business outlines 'third-tier' consolidation strategy along with strong results.
The decline in M&A activity is blamed on ‘geopolitical uncertainty’ and dwindling boardroom confidence.
Baroness Deech's Divorce (Financial Provision) Bill has passed through the Lords and is now before the elected chamber.
Manchester practice reflects on successful year characterised by growth across the board.
Diversity officers no longer need the approval of the whole workforce to publish anonymised personal information online.
Legal access challenge announces membership of panel to judge entrants for £50,000 grants.
US network wants to know what tactics are working as European colleagues issue statement of encouragement.
David Gauke says he’ll jump before he’s pushed if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister.
Big Four accountant recruits a high-profile team to deliver an ‘ambitious technology-led strategy' in legal services.
Former lord chancellor questions plans being drawn up by the Ministry of Justice and Department of Health for fixed costs for claimants running cases worth up to £25,000.
Dissent is growing over government inertia on so-called ‘lawfare’. But Brexit and a lack of clarity about what exactly needs to be done leave the issue dogged by uncertainty.
Mr Justice Hildyard, presiding over the Hewlett Packard and Mike Lynch case, warned prosecutors not to ‘upset’ witnesses in the UK.
SRA asked ‘small number’ of solicitors why they refused to engage with new system for assessing continuing competence.
Solicitors’ main attraction of downsizing from larger firms was the ability to remain in control, says LexisNexis.
When Lancashire solicitor James Robbins missed out on the London Marathon, he tackled one further afield.
Augusta Ventures will offer the firm’s clients better rates and fast-tracked services.
HMCTS also confirms it is going ahead with closure of regional probate registries.
Group plans to spend over £60m on transforming technology infrastructure.
A service called 'Apply for Legal Aid' will be introduced next year.
Legacy notification service Smee & Ford will continue to inform charities of bequests, but fees will be higher.
Intervention confirmed into Lancashire practice Trafficlawyer4U.
Mr Justice William Davis approves the UK’s fifth DPA over fraud against Ministry of Justice.
Government says code of conduct is clear that clients' interests must be protected.
Data also shows that BAME candidates are almost half as likely to be offered a pupillage as their white peers.