A thorny issue

Human rights are the talk of the town, says Roger Smith

Square pegs in round holes

The introduction of LLPs & ABSs has had unforeseen consequences for...

Taking sides

Jonathan Herring questions the family courts’ treatment of wilful children

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David Greene
NLJ consultant editor

The election is over bar the shouting and there is much shouting...

Roger Smith
NLJ columnist

Human rights are likely to dominate the early days of the...
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Ian Smith considers the common law on undiscovered misconduct & follows the developing law on early conciliation
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Blood is not necessarily thicker than water where will validity is concerned, observes Emma Myers
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by Dan Bunting It is not just people that struggle to keep up with technology, but the law itself often lags behind. We have seen that on numerous occasions with the “Twitter prosecutions”, and had...
by Dr. Ashley Savage On 13th April, the Guardian were finally able to publish the ‘black spider memos,’ private correspondence between Prince Charles and several government departments between...