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Bloomsburry Family law


That settles it then…

A recent decision provides a useful reminder of the basic principles of contractual formation through the exchange of correspondence, explains Nii Anteson

Uber and the ‘gig’ economy

The use of cutting-edge apps does not preclude employment rights, as the decision over the status of Uber drivers has demonstrated, writes Snigdha Nag

Burgeoning justice

Despite a shaky start to his political career, shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon MP aims to return legal aid to the fourth pillar of the welfare state and protect lawyers from becoming scapegoats for the government, writes John van der Luit-Drummond