4 June 2018
Suddenly being thrust into civil law, including family cases, is no joke.
A response to Stephen Sedley’s comments about his support for Labour not adopting in full the International Holocaust Alliance’s definition of antisemitism (21 May).
The small claims limit increase should be no more than inflation.
21 May 2018
Don’t fall for cold-callers if you’ve been injured in an accident.
The emotional nature of family law practice can take a toll on mental health.
Equality in correspondence.
Misunderstanding legal terms.
Criminal barristers and solicitors should be paid fairly.
14 May 2018
Clinical negligence claims are falling not soaring.
Can lawyers be 'business interrupters’?
Clarification on amendments to the Civil Procedure Rules.
Why can’t the media and programme-makers get family law right?
7 May 2018
The precedence given to business principles in the running of public services cannot be correct and risks eroding the rule of law.
Praise for Labour’s pledge to restore housing legal aid.
The First 100 Years Project wants to see more women in the profession’s leadership positions.
If victims are to have reader access to challenge Parole Board decisions, offenders must too.
Kit Kat and the CJEU.
30 April 2018
Should firms leave retiring partner names on the notehead?
The goal of a rapid exchange of contracts must not come at the expense of sacrificing the long-term preservation of our clients’ interests.
Has common sense disappeared from conveyancing processes?
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