A new line of attack?

Stephanie Tozer & Toby Boncey provide a master class in litigation under...

Time to turn the tide?

Chris Pawlowska reflects on recent case law & looks in vain for clarity on...

Civil litigation reform in Scotland—what next?

John MacKenzie considers how well the Gill Review reforms, including DBAs, will...


Dominic Regan
NLJ columnist

Ms Jagrit Bamrah set up her own litigation practice on 3 July...

Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

Earlier this year the outgoing Director of Public Prosecutions (...
US lawyer Bradford C. Brown reflects on the decentralisation of law & the rise of the legal services business
13/7/2018 | Bradford C. Brown | Read more
Sophia Purkis & Leigh Callaway delve into the implications for ‘no oral modifications’ clauses in the fallout from MWB v Rock.
5/7/2018 | Sophia Purkis, Leigh Callaway | Read more
As part of an occasional series on international justice and the rule of law in other jurisdictions, Rhys Davies & Ben Keith ask whether certain countries are using English law & lawyers as a smokescreen to distract from their repressive action
6/7/2018 | Rhys Davies, Ben Keith | Read more
In the profession of the 21st century, it’s time to get rid of legalese & just say what you mean, writes Jonathan Morgan
13/7/2018 | Read more
What has Herbert taught us about setting success fees & implied or informed consent? Francis Kendall explains
5/7/2018 | Francis Kendall | Read more
Mark Solon outlines why expert witnesses need to be GDPR compliant
6/7/2018 | Mark Solon | Read more