Courts & Judiciary

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

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

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 suitabl

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 Lor

Brexit a threat to English law’s ability to keep pace with digital age

Law reform after Brexit raises challenges it would be ‘foolish’ to ignore, says Lord Chie

How long the smiles

The new lord chancellor may have pledged his support for the rule of law but funding for the justice system will be a prerequisite for senior judges to give him lastin

Please, M’lud, can we have the air con on?

Lawyers feel hot under the collar during U

Introduction of new electronic bill of costs delayed

Costs lawyers warn solicitors not to avoid th