A steady ship

Brice Dickson reports on a quiet year for the Supreme Court

Is the joke on testators?

James Ward takes issue with the chancellor’s unjustified attack on deeds of...

LASPO backlash

Jon Robins laments the foreseeable consequences of the MoJ’s legal aid...

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Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

“What would a progressive government need to do, to ensure...

David Burrows
NLJ columnist

The issue at the centre of Wyatt v Vince [2015] UKSC 14 (on...
The main opportunities for keeping arbitration costs down lie within three core areas, explains James Barrett
26/3/2015 | James Barrett | Read more
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Embassies’ employment immunities are in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights, as Charles Pigott reports
27/3/2015 | Charles Pigott | Read more
by Felicity Gerry QC In the UK some women choose to have their clitoris pierced to enhance their sexual pleasure. Recent headlines in the UK announced that vaginal piercings are now being classed as...
by Seamus Burns The House of Lords recently voted on mitochondrial donation (with 280 peers voting in favour and 48 being opposed to it). This signals the green light for the ethically controversial...