Employment

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 becomin

Practising in suspense

Brexit, the review of employment tribunal fees, and case law on reasonable adjustments are among the things keeping employment lawyers awake at night, says Sean Jone

Amber Rudd must read her history after ‘abhorrent’ immigration plan

Lawyers condemn Home Office proposals as discriminatory an

Kent and Sussex universities show pro bono commitment with new law clinics

Education of practical skills will help the next generation lawyers in a ‘highly competitiv

Government facing JR over equality advice helpline contract

G4S ‘manifestly ill-equipped to provide advice on discrimination and human rights,’ say