Tribunals & Courts

New government must take justice issues seriously, says junior lawyers

Charlotte Parkinson, the new chair of the Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) and a solicitor at Addleshaw Goddard challenges the incoming Conservative government to fix the UK’s justice system 

Solicitors’ disciplinary processes: fit for purpose?

The solicitors’ disciplinary process is changing before our eyes and it’s crucial to the integrity of the legal profession that the SRA and SDT are strong and robust institutions, says Andre

London-based KWM employees awarded £1m

288 employees win ‘clear cut legal case’ following firm’

Unreported but not unimportant

Nearly 80 per cent of higher court cases have gone unreported. How many potentially important precedents were ignored, wonders Masou

Statutory authority for fees for tribunals and courts

Alec Samuels considers the background to the Unison case on employment tribunal fees, and whether it could have wider implications for the ordinar

How to lose a meritorious case

Mark Warwick QC and Justina Stewart revisit abuse of process and consider a number of cases delineating the scope of the Henderso

Pre-Brexit EU rulings to have equal status with Supreme Court decisions

Repeal Bill provides partial answers to senior judge’s concerns ove