Out in the cold: time to axe the Legal Aid Agency?

If the Legal Aid Agency is to have a future it should be focused on enabling...

Signs of pragmatism in the courts

Georgina Squire assesses the courts’ evolving approach to the Jackson reforms, ...


Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

It is a bitter irony that the one part of the Ministry of...

Steve Hynes

“The legislation we propose (The Right to Justice Act) will...
Did the Vote Leave NHS funding pledge deprive the UK of membership of the EU?
18/10/2017 | Read more
Dr Chris Pamplin analyses the results of the 2017 UK Register of Expert Witnesses’ expert witness survey
13/10/2017 | Chris Pamplin | Read more
The complex job of dividing up pension rights on divorce is best done with the assistance of a forensic accountant, says Rakesh Kapila
13/10/2017 | Rakesh Kapila | Read more
In this Brexit update Eleanor Moodey addresses the practical issue of future dilemmas for international families
13/10/2017 | Eleanor Moodey | Read more
This month Ian Smith explains why, whatever diplomatic wrangles lie ahead, our European obligations will continue
13/10/2017 | Ian Smith | Read more
Julian Chamberlayne discusses the factors that need to be considered when setting the new discount rate
13/10/2017 | Julian Chamberlayne | Read more