Call my bluff

Geoffrey Bindman explains why deceiving the court is not a good idea

Wills, spills, forgery & other ills

It’s a family affair: Constance McDonnell presents a review of key contentious...

Data, disclosure & de-identification

Will proposed offences in the Data Protection Bill make criminals of us all? ...


David Greene
NLJ consultant editor

A new year; a new team at the Ministry of Justice. The great...

David Burrows
NLJ columnist

I yield to no-one in my admiration for Sir James Munby P as a...
Dominic Regan explains why he would rather be a crash test dummy than a costs judge
22/1/2018 | Dominic Regan | Read more
Are unconventional methods of will making about to become our everyday reality? Monika Byrska considers the options
19/1/2018 | Monika Byrska | Read more
Nicholas Dobson explores the reasons why Wireless Festival 2016 was a lawfully held event
19/1/2018 | Nicholas Dobson | Read more
It’s been one problem after another so far, but Chris Owen remains optimistic about the future for collective redress
19/1/2018 | Chris Owen | Read more
In the wake of the start of legal proceedings against the government, David Wolchover argues that even if it is held that Parliament did validly authorise the Prime Minister to trigger Article 50, her exercise of the power may have been ultra vires nonetheless
15/1/2018 | David Wolchover | Read more
David Wright on escaping from the fixed costs regime
15/1/2018 | David Wright | Read more