Courts & Judiciary

HMCTS brews up storm over coffee ‘sip-test’

Lawyers on a coffee run required to taste each drink before enterin

Judges need clarity on EU law post-Brexit

Blaming judges for making law when parliament has failed to do so would be unfair, says Lor

Bar Council and Law Society lack confidence in flexible courts

Bar 'unhappy' about engaging with shift-sitting experiment unless its concerns are properl

Judges urged to come out of their ‘shell of silence and exclusivity’

Judiciary must engage more with public, says ex-Lord Justice o

The bold return of the common law

The Supreme Court ruling in the Unison case is a call to arms to other judges concerned about government bypassing the parliamentar

Letting property across the border

District Judge Marshall Phillips discusses an important change in the law which affects private landlords of properties i

Judicial diversity is stalling

The steps taken to date to increase the number of female and BAME judges are having little effect. Is it time for more radical and forceful action, asks Sundee