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...

A steady ship

Brice Dickson reports on a quiet year for the Supreme Court


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 Melissa Conway The Modern Slavery Act 2015 has rightly drawn attention to the issue of trafficking, its role in the modern world and its prevalence in the United Kingdom. It ties together...
by Dr Ashley Savage On Friday, 27th March, the Supreme Court handed down a decision which will be as much of interest to public lawyers as information rights practitioners alike. Evans, a journalist...