Compensating the consumer

Post-Jackson could individuals wronged by Wonga secure access to the court at a...

The sleeping dragon

What might the unintended consequences of repealing the Human Rights Act be?...

Mind over matter

Tim Spencer-Lane reports on a ground-breaking Mental Health Bill


David Greene
NLJ consultant editor

As “class action” lawyers we are often approached by...

Roger Smith
NLJ columnist

Gray’s Inn proved a curiously appropriate venue for a Brick...
In the first article of a three-part series, Nick Rowles-Davies highlights the need for education surrounding litigation funding
24/10/2014 | Nick Rowles-Davies | Read more
Committal applications are almost becoming fashionable, says Sophia Purkis
24/10/2014 | Sophia Purkis | Read more
By Michelle Heeley Rape, as everyone knows, is having penetrative sexual activity with someone without that person’s consent and the defendant not reasonably believing that that person is consenting...
By Jennifer James The broadcaster Judy Finnigan has been the cynosure of all eyes after ill-considered remarks she made on ITV’s “Loose Women” show on Monday 13 October 2014, when referring to...