Practice Area

It's good to talk: financial planning and wills

Following a recent report, Matthew Duncan reflects on how the British reserve may be impacting the probate process

07 May 2021 | Solicitors

‘Nonsense’ immigration proposals ‘lack credibility’ and ‘muddle’ relevant law

Asylum lawyers would face extra layer of regulation under proposed changes 

07 May 2021 | EU & International

Blowing the whistle: an imbalance of powers

The UK was an early adopter of whistleblowing protection for workers, but is the law still doing its job? Rachel Rothwell investigates

07 May 2021 | CILEx

A heavier burden: certificates of compliance

A new practice direction exposes solicitors to a number of regulatory pitfalls, says Susanna Heley

07 May 2021 | Regulation

Expert evidence and remote hearings

Expert evidence must be utilised carefully, particularly during remote hearings, as Richard Boyle and James Yapp explain

06 May 2021 | Clinical negligence

Private FDRs: a progressive move

Orla O’Hagan’s explains how her time in the family judiciary was impacted by covid-19 and why private FDRs are the way to go 

05 May 2021 | CILEx

Overworked conveyancers at breaking point

Residential conveyancers are struggling to cope with the covid-19 property boom 

05 May 2021 | Conveyancing

Judicial review: Law Society opposes reform proposals that make government ‘untouchable’

Law Society survey showed 95 per cent of UK adults believe the government should follow the law like everyone else

On parole: a victim-centred approach

Alec Samuels considers how the victim has become central to Parole Board considerations

04 May 2021 | Crime

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