Conveyancing: time to modernise & move on

Succeeding in today’s market requires expertise, investment & a touch of...

Plus ça change?

Neil Parpworth considers the constitutional implications of the usage of the...

Promises promises...(Pt 2)

Jon Robins reflects on some absences from the Conservative manifesto &...

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Jon Robins
NLJ columnist

If NLJ readers want to understand where ‘access to justice’...

Roger Smith
NLJ columnist

In my (albeit limited) experience, Americans do a good...
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Amy Proferes considers overriding interests, overreaching, & the perils of the ‘registration gap’
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The ruling on secure tenancy succession rights in Turley is good news for hard-pressed housing authorities, says Nicholas Dobson  
26/5/2017 | Nicholas Dobson | 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...