Editor's note: Can substandard justice – whatever that looks like in practice – be justice at all?
In the late 1940s, there was a crisis in this country, as many more couples were divorcing as a consequence of the second world war. Recognising something
Susan Humble considers the SRA transparency rules and why firms should be proud of their prices
Advising on NDAs raises a number of ethical considerations, as Emma Walker explains
The SRA made 26 SARs to the NCA between January and October 2020 and cryptocurrency could become an issue
Matthew Duncan considers the court's approach to interpretation in the case of a foreign domiciled person who died leaving a worldwide estate
The quality of justice is increasingly at risk and it’s the government’s fault, peers have concluded in a comprehensive report
Government must act urgently to address the case backlog in the family and civil courts, peers said in a new report
MoJ must invest much more to legal aid 'to meet the reality of need', say peers
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