Promises, promises…

In the first of three election countdown articles, Jon Robins reviews the...

No half measures

Agile working requires a real culture change, says Warren Wooldridge

Online courts take the stage

Masood Ahmed & Claire Pennells consider pre-action protocols & the...

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Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

It has been said that Jeremy Corbyn, doughty champion of any...

Roger Smith
NLJ columnist

In my (albeit limited) experience, Americans do a good...
Catriona Stewart discusses the possible cost consequences of delayed or abandoned mediation attempts
19/5/2017 | Catriona Stewart | Read more
Erosion of privilege—are we at the thin end of the wedge, asks David Owen
19/5/2017 | David Owen | Read more
by Felicity Gerry QC & Lyndon Harris Due to the general election on 8 June 2017 the Justice Committee Inquiry into Prison Reform has concluded. Following the dissolution of Parliament on 3 May...
At long last the saga has reached a conclusion. The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case of Ilott (Respondent) v The Blue Cross and others (Appellants) [2017] UKSC 17 on 15 March, a...