Solicitors Journal Legal News


Compulsory ADR – a cultural shift in civil litigation?

Paula Kumar considers the creation of a ‘compulsory’ element to ADR

04 Jan 2022

ADR: Can it really be compulsory?

Andrew Howell examines whether litigants will be compelled to participate in ADR

04 Jan 2022

The FCA needs to act now to prevent major financial scandals

Ben Rees explores how mis-selling and fraud can be prevented

04 Jan 2022

Confidence and confidentiality: Transparency in the Family Court

Marwa Hadi-Barnes explores the complexities of opening up the Family Court

04 Jan 2022


More controversy emerges within Interpol

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey considers the potential for mis-use of Red Notices.

11 Jan 2022

Multinational bankruptcy: where complexity is a feature, not a bug

Anthony DeWitt assesses the legal implications of a multinational company falling into bankruptcy, with a particular focus on the US.

26 Dec 2021

The lessons of an international lawyer

Ralph Oswald Isenegger shares the lessons he has learned from managing high-profile international cases

21 Dec 2021

US: Rental Assistance Programs for Landlords and Tenants

Jeffrey Lieser explores the challenges for US attorneys in addressing tenant and landlord disputes during the covid-19 pandemic

13 Dec 2021


R (AB) v Secretary of State for Justice [2021]: An unwavering allegiance to Strasbourg case law?

Joe Hume explores the UKSC’s position on solitary confinement

04 Jan 2022

Collective Proceedings Orders: The story so far…

Caroline Harbord and Candice Johnson examine the recent changes to CPOs

03 Jan 2022

Whole Life Orders for murder

Umar Azmeh analyses the whole life order imposed upon Wayne Couzens for the murder of Sarah Everard

03 Jan 2022

Supreme Court decision handed down in landmark director duty case

Jane Fowler reviews the Supreme Court POCA precedent in CPS v Aquila Advisory Ltd [2021] UKSC 49

03 Jan 2022