31 July 2017
Without legal aid in immigration, fewer well-presented applications would be received.
Courts still clung to the principle of the wife’s right to lifelong maintenance.
24 July 2017
DLA Piper cyber-attack shows the importance of backing up your data, using strong passwords and educating staff on security
Long way to go before EU law is British law.
Practising certificate fees put pressure on small firms.
Consequences of court closures to be felt.
17 July 2017
Why should insurers continue to take a premium after the potential basis of a claim to arise has stopped? The current system is inequitable
Online courts may not just been the reduction of the need for lawyers.
Who would want to be a judge now?
SRA must protect those providing a service.
10 July 2017
To protect US first amendment principles, insulting terms can now be registered as trade marks – I’m glad we have not followed suit.
Prison reform must be kept on the agenda.
SRA survey creates more questions than it answers.
Diversity data compilation not worth the time for small firms.
3 July 2017
Super-regulator is not ‘prescribing’ changes to the way legal businesses are run. It’s gathering evidence about new opportunities
I do not envy divorce lawyers having to advise clients in a ‘short’ marriage following the Sharp decision.
I was interested in your article on David Enright and his representation of abuse victims and survivors of the Comboni Missionary Order (Lawyer in the news, 19 June).
26 June 2017
Allowing solicitors to deliver services from unregulated entities is bad for both clients and the profession. What is driving this change?
Law Society president calls for member responses.
Will costs of litigation be reduced rather than costs of assessment?
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