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Big Law Summit: Profession ‘can and must do better’

The legal profession has a lot to learn from the covid-19 pandemic – but the future is bright, the virtual conference was told

16 Sep 2020

Negligence under lockdown

Selecting an expert in covid-19 related medical negligence claims could be a challenge, as Ellen Robertson explains

11 Sep 2020

Going solo

Rob Bratby explains how he established a business during a pandemic and why becoming a freelance solicitor didn’t appeal

10 Sep 2020

The rise of the private prosecution

Private prosecutions are cheaper and more effective, argue Kate McMahon and Tamlyn Edmonds 

08 Sep 2020

Value for money

Denzil Lush discovers a private hospital is taking advantage of a rich, but vulnerable, patient

07 Sep 2020

Further measures to tackle criminal case backlog

The MoJ has announced new measures including eight new Nightingale courts to deal with the significant criminal case backlog

07 Sep 2020

Private FDRs: the way to go

Resolving finances on divorce in lockdown can be achieved efficiently through the private FDR process, says Sarah Jane Lenihan

07 Sep 2020

The climate change challenge

Silke Goldberg encourages conversation with clients on climate change 

03 Sep 2020

Solicitors Journal partners with The Big Law Summit

Solicitors Journal is partnering with The Big Law Summit ahead of the three-day event in September 2020

20 Aug 2020

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