Procedures

The power of leadership in legal practices

Firms too often make the mistake of filling leadership roles based on seniority rather than the ability to take the business forward, writes Davi

13 Sep 2017

A whirlwind six months

Georgina Squire reflects on the groundbreaking judgments and procedural changes litigators have had to get to grips with and looks ahead to the possible impact o

05 Jul 2017

Securing transparency and trust

The risk of jigsaw identification is but one aspect of the family court reporting puzzle, writes Jean-Yve

11 Apr 2017

New bail arrangements under the Policing and Crime Act 2017

The Act should improve decision making and reduce distress and injustice for individuals placed on bail, but further guidance will be needed first, writes Ale

13 Feb 2017

Stick to the rules

Alec Samuels discusses the culture of compliance following Denton

22 Dec 2016

Law firms should not be the law enforcers

A new pilot scheme on seizing the proceeds of crime has the potential to jeopardise the fairness of already draconian legislation, argues Samira Noo

12 Sep 2016

Balancing disclosure and protection

Georgina Squire advises litigators on the potential pitfalls involved in protecting privilege

12 Sep 2016

MoJ: Is the new boss same as the old boss?

Liz Truss is 'sceptical' on problem-solving courts but stands firm on Bill of Rights commitment, writes John van de

22 Aug 2016

Problem-solving courts and Truss’s new tough on crime agenda

Is another politically ambitious justice secretary preparing for a grandstand appearance at the next Tory party conference, wonders Jonatha

22 Aug 2016