10 December 2018
Solicitors await clarification on liability for child protection.
3 December 2018
London’s Commercial Court post-Brexit, The Times’ 200 top firms, and civil partnership: this week’s collection of readers’ letters.
MPs and peers are concerned that exiting the EU will see us ‘go backwards’ on children’s rights.
26 November 2018
Civil partnerships, litigation funding, profession morality, and political dissidence: this week’s collection of readers’ letters.
19 November 2018
If we want real change in our diversity gap, then the focus should not just be on the end product, but also the grass roots.
Solicitors should support the SRA’s plans to allow self-employed solicitors to work on a freelance basis.
The legal profession’s culture of bullying is worsening.
5 November 2018
Confidentiality clauses are vital to the public policy aim of encouraging parties to settle disputes without recourse to the courts.
Civil claims for a fatality have the potential to slip through the net of access to justice.
In conveyancing, you get what you pay for.
29 October 2018
Lawyers have a role to play in informing public debate over banning non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).
The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme recently reported on a new warning scheme being used by police forces in England and Wales.
A collection of readers’ letters published this week.
22 October 2018
Authorities are working to reduce recoverable costs, not actual costs, and this is only making litigation less cost-effective.
A reminder that anything can happen in the courtroom.
Requisitions: who’s wasting whose time?
Tackling the ’So what do you do?’ question at a party doesn’t have to be tricky.
15 October 2018
Solicitor members of SDT jealously guard reputation of the profession.
NHS Resolution has the opportunity to make representations over all costs budgets.
As J Howard Shelley observes, costs are absurdly complex.
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