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Needs of children more important than nuptial agreements
High Court refuses to leave heiress in 'relative luxury' and husband in 'relative...
Marriage is a calculated risk, so why not have a divorce calculator?
Law Commission proposes litigant-friendly divorce reforms
In pursuit of social reform
Even after four decades of practice, Patrick Allen still believes the law is an instrument for social justice, writes...
Nearing the limit
Claimant solicitors should exercise caution following recent court judgments on limitation, says Eleanor Kilner
New year, new firm
Viv Williams advises which new year's resolutions to keep in what will inevitably be another game-changing year in...
Mastering litigation in 2015
Georgina Squire analyses what litigators can expect from the year ahead
Tenancy deposit schemes - the saga continues
Brie Stevens-Hoare QC and Morayo Fagborun Bennett consider the case law on whether a landlord is subject to...
The health and safety debate rages on
Zahra Nanji considers proposals for sentencing of health and safety offences and the progress of SARAH
Glenda Ferneyhough reflects on a busy year in conveyancing and forecasts the market's movements in 2015
GP jargon buster: a guide
Dr Nicholas Swale translates the difficult vernacular used in doctors' circles
Wales: a separate jurisdiction in the making?
Practitioners must stay alert to Welsh legislative changes, warns District Judge Harold Godwin
This is your (digital) life
Stewart Stretton-Hill and Ben Saunders consider how executors and attorneys should deal with digital assets
SJ's review of 2014
We all have a choice
I could think of other ways to spend that money - then again, I could think of better ways to spend...
Notice on stamp duty reform would be welcome
Stamp duty reform caught conveyancing solicitors on the hop, says Kathryn Taylor
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