Time for a revamp

Nigel Tomlinson explains why law firms need to rewrite their professional...

A suitable project?

Richard Harrison scopes out the role of project management in the litigation...

Sticking together?

The issues of information & consultation on collective redundancies have...

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Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

For many lawyers it was not so much what Michael Gove did say in...

David Greene
NLJ consultant editor

Whether you are happy or disappointed at the result in Coventry...
Nicholas Griffin QC explores the scope & approach of the Pitchford Inquiry into undercover policing
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Taking direct action against insurers following a hotel or accommodation accident abroad isn’t as straightforward as it seems, says Chris Deacon
30/7/2015 | Chris Deacon | Read more
How does the decision in DSD and another further our understanding of the police’s duty to investigate? Steven Walmsley, a solicitor at Broudie Jackson Canter, explores the police’s duty in light of...
by Dan Bunting Michael Gove, the new Lord Chancellor and Minister of Justice, is settling in to his post. It has not been an easy start for him – there is an all-out strike by criminal lawyers, more...