Legal services

Senior judges ‘distorting’ the law

Parliamentarians should “act to limit judicial power and vindicate parliamentary democracy and the rule of law”, the former leader of the Conservative Party Michael Howard has said. 

New lead generation model to ensure PI firms’ viability

A new lead generation model, guaranteeing law firms that they will only pay for the volume and type of personal injury enquiries they receive, has been unveiled by legal marketing collective First4Lawyers.

Election victory challenge to PM: repair UK’s justice system

The Law Society wasted no time in reinforcing to the incoming Conservative government the reality of the crisis in Britain’s justice system, calling for an immediate cash injection to repair it.

UK legal services market ‘second only’ to the US

The UK’s legal services sector is strong and continues to grow in spite of Brexit, according to a detailed report from industry-led body 

One day, a whisper

A diminishing number of clinical negligence lawyers can mount an effective claim today compared to 30 years ago, as Richard Barr illustrates

Britain will flourish as global legal centre despite Brexit, says Law Society

Britain will continue to be an attractive place to do business whatever the outcome of Brexit, the Law Society of England and Wale

Christmas end to probate delays, says HMCTS

Christmas will see the end of the probate delays, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) reportedly said at a meeting with the La