Water & oil: law & politics

Politics & the law were kept well apart in the Supreme Court’s erudite...

Lessons from the housing frontline

The government should rethink its plans to revamp the legal aid housing duty...

The tipping point

Roger Smith explores the ramifications of innovation & technology on the...

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Roger Smith
NLJ columnist

Call it the “Rise of the Robots”, “The Second Machine Age” or “...

Steve Hynes
Director

It seems price competition is an issue which just will not go...
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How can the court protect a child’s welfare when faced with clashing world views, asks Jon Herring
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Beware the length of the judge’s foot in cases involving reasonable adjustments to services, warns Spencer Keen
17/2/2017 | Spencer Keen | Read more
by Jon Robins Our prisons appear to be in a state of permanent crisis but what little we on the outside know about what goes inside our chaotic and violent jails owes little to journalists. Media...
By Steve Hynes Secretary of State for Justice, Liz Truss, recently announced that the government would soon confirm the time-table for the post legislative review of the Legal Aid Sentencing and...