No more Mr Nice Guy

Sentencing of very large organisations: Emma Davies & Rosie Nelson report

Coming of age

David Burrows analyses the court’s approach to the autonomy of the mature child

​A blessing or a curse?

DPAs: who would want one—and what are the alternatives, asks Jonathan Pickworth

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“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never...
On 30 November 2015, Sir Brian Leveson approved a deferred...
A small earthquake…or just business as usual? Steve Evans reports on the impact of Illott v Mitson
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Peter Breakey reports on the SRA clampdown on private correspondence
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By Jayesh Kunwardia In a debate, held on 10 December 2015 (Human Rights Day), Lord Howarth of Newport succinctly summarised the consequences of the legal aid cuts as a; “denial of access to justice,...
Why has the government decided to abolish the Criminal Courts Charge? Shula de Jersey, Principal Lawyer at Slater and Gordon (UK) LLP, explores the controversial measure and explains the events that...