16 April 2018
Much heartache could have been avoided in the reform of civil justice had more notice been taken of our experience of everyday logjams.
A propsal for changes to the LPA rules.
One Gazette reader says 'it is impossible to improve upon the long-established application of the law of self-defence.'
No one is happy with the residential conveyancing system.
9 April 2018
It is not for the courts to make policy on widows’ benefits.
If we are to avoid open season on its decisions, the Parole Board must survive Worboys with the crucial test of safety for release intact.
Charlotte Phillips reflects on reasons for a rise in public inquiries.
Neil Parpworth is amused by the historical and current disussions of examinations for to-be lawyers.
Martin Beard talks about Centre 70 where he is chair of trustees.
26 March 2018
The traditional partnership model of succession planning looks ill-equipped to accommodate the aspirations of millennials.
Stephen Lockwood details his experience with the Legal Ombudsman service for lodging a complaint.
19 March 2018
Flagrant injustice of employment tribunal fees has been replaced by an understaffed system ill-equipped to deal with upsurge in claims.
John C Miller questions the judicial retirement age.
H D Kehler discusses the Criminal Legal Aid Contract 2017.
12 March 2018
Izzy Jaques and Andrew Kidd review two Inheritance Act claim guides.
Lord Justice Jackson has made a valuable contribution to changing the litigation costs landscape – and it will continue beyond retirement.
Malcolm Fowler is weary of the issues to arise from a ’rush towards video and other remote hearing formats’.
J Howard Shelley is offended by Liz Truss’s comments this week directed at the legal profession.
Stephen Hornsby responds to Gazette article ‘Ratify the EU patent court, Egan tells minister’.
Boris Kremer remarks on Jackson LJ’s work in Kazakhstan.
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