Tribunals & Courts

Court hears rare treatment withdrawal application for minimally conscious patient

Mr Justice Charles criticises Legal Aid Agency for advancing any argument ‘to avoid paying legal aid’

Judiciary take Truss to tribunal over pension changes

Hundreds of judges join mass discrimination claim against Ministry of Justice

How sure is sure?

We need a more rigorous definition of ‘beyond reasonable doubt’, argues Clive Stafford Smith

The tide is turning in disability discrimination law

The courts’ increasingly liberal approach to article 15 claims places a greater onus on employers to provide objective justification for discrimination, says Karen Jackson

No Brexit without parliament

Riccardo Calzavara and Toby Vanhegan consider the reasoning behind the High Court’s ruling that the government cannot trigger article 50 without parliament’s consent

SRA: Mandatory training of youth court solicitors ‘comes at a cost’

New guidance to help solicitors a ‘step in the right direction’, says youth justice trainer

Promoting ‘out of court’ divorce

The courts are no longer viewed as places for determining disputes, but as valuable real estate to be plundered, writes Marilyn Stowe