Courts & Judiciary

Online court 2018: A play

Kerry Underwood envisions the future of McKenzie friends and online trials for civil disputes

Solicitors still outflank barristers as district judges but numbers are falling

Lord chief justice disappointed at slow progress of judicial diversity agenda

Sir Ian Burnett named new Lord Chief Justice

Former head of Temple Garden Chambers primed to oversee reforms to courts and justice system

Follow the money

Now even senior judges have come out to fend off concerns over the impact of Brexit on the country’s legal system, says Matthew Rogers

Lord Neuberger: Too late to restore ‘Humpty Dumpty’ civil legal aid

It is ‘fundamentally wrong’ if citizens and businesses cannot obtain legal advice

Bundles of fun

Finding that correctly prepared cases are the exception rather than the rule, District Judge Andrew Dodsworth advises solicitors on putting together a suitable bundle

Former Supreme Court justice Lord Toulson dies aged 70

‘A truly valued colleague, a man of honour, modesty and integrity who will be deeply missed,’ says Lord Neuberger