​The shape of new justice?

Co-operation versus litigation: could mediation be the new & improved face...

Identity politics

David Locke examines gender-identity & discrimination in healthcare

Still number one?

The government must act soon to protect London as a litigation hub, says Ed...


Ed Crosse

Legal services have been a major success story for the UK....

Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC
Chairman of the Bar

John F Kennedy said: “Liberty without learning is always in...
Francesca Kaye & Helen Whalley discuss breach of trust claims against solicitors
1/12/2016 | Francesca Kaye, Helen Whalley | Read more
Graham McPhie reports on resolving the tension between bankruptcy & pension rights
2/12/2016 | Graham McPhie | Read more
On Tuesday 8 November 2016, Halsbury’s Law Exchange (HLE) hosted a panel discussion on the urgent topic of: “Women in Prison: is the justice system fit for purpose?” In the lead up to the panel...
In 2014 a Halsbury Law Exchange panel debated “Women in prison: is the penal system fit for purpose” – the answer to which was a resounding no. Despite panellist (the then MP) Simon Hughes committing...