Employment law brief

Ian Smith celebrates an anniversary & is proof that quality never goes out...

Litigation futures

Uncertainty remains regarding the impact of Brexit on London’s legal community...

Is it lawful to bomb Syria?

Geoffrey Bindman searches for a legal justification for the recent attack by...

Notwithstanding that the 12 month countdown to 29 March 2019...

Geoffrey Bindman QC
NLJ columnist

Maintaining the authority of international law has often...
George Hepburne Scott considers how changes to the judiciary in Poland could affect Britain’s post-Brexit extradition relationship with the EU
20/4/2018 | George Hepburne Scott | Read more
Private prosecutions are taking off as a useful way to protect your brand & products, as Matt Bosworth explains
20/4/2018 | Matt Bosworth | Read more
Patrick Wheeler & Mette Marie Sutton explain how increased data subject access rights could wreak havoc
20/4/2018 | Patrick Wheeler, Mette Marie Sutton | Read more
In their third update on trial technology Michael Fletcher & Helen Pugh discuss the drivers for change
20/4/2018 | Michael Fletcher, Helen Pugh | Read more
Caroline Bielanska provides a case study demonstrating how lasting powers of attorney apply where an elderly relative loses capacity
20/4/2018 | Caroline Bielanska | Read more
Daniel Green shares his reflections on Lord Justice Jackson’s civil justice costs reforms
20/4/2018 | Daniel Green | Read more