This richly deserved slapdown for the executive has moved at least one lawyer to tears. Bravo, Lord Reed et al.
The plight of local newspapers epitomises our diminished civil society - who will hold the parish panjandrums to account?
SRA's current guidance can be summarised as 'keep calm and carry on', conference hears.
Millennials for whom the use of technology is almost an unconscious reflex must be in the sights of firms drawing up and revising social media and marketing policies.
Risk and compliance conference: Don’t leave ethics to compliance officers, leading risk expert warns
Francis Dingwall warned 300 fellow solicitors gathered for this year’s Law Society Risk and Compliance conference not to ‘contract out’ ethical issues to compliance officers acting in isolation.
Law firms whose bottom line may be affected by Brexit must have a ‘plan B’ to reassure regulators they are preparing for the fallout.
Trading has got tougher for Britain’s first for-profit university, but the University of Law has banked tens of millions of pounds from selling its property.
Paul Philip urges solicitors to form ‘one-stop shops’ with accountants and details plans to allow solicitors to practise outside law firms.
A solicitor has been found culpable over a vulnerable child’s murder. But the police, protection agencies and a sclerotic justice system were also at fault.
HMRC disputed ‘profit extractions’ by Asons Solicitors ahead of local authority’s controversial decision to hand the PI firm a grant.