Litigation

Considerably more legal aid funding needed, say peers

MoJ must invest much more to legal aid 'to meet the reality of need', say peers

Consultation: Judges to be deterred from political decisions

The MoJ is consulting on proposals to strike a balance between citizens’ rights and effective governance

Dealing with insolvent opponents

It's not the end of the road if the opposing party becomes insolvent, as Rebecca Stratton explains

Truth matters

Truth is a tricky thing. What one person believes sincerely to be the truth may not harmonise with demonstrable facts

Funding family cases: finance firm launches free guide for family lawyers 

Finance firm launches free guide for family lawyers on funding conversations with clients 

12 Mar 2021 | ADR & Mediation

Judges to retire at 75 to reflect social change and support courts in crisis

Mandatory retirement age of judges, magistrates and coroners to increase from 70 to 75

2021 Budget does little to quench thirst of ‘legal aid deserts’

£450m provided to support justice system in England and Wales

Reform of non-compete laws could ‘disincentive investment’

A consultation on measures to reform post-termination non-compete clauses in employment contracts has closed, but critics are concerned it could “dis

01 Mar 2021 | Employment

Civil judicial co-operation after Brexit

Lauren Cormack sets out the new realities of recognition and enforcement of EU judgments in the UK

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