Katherine was described as a 'tremendous force of nature in every way'
The Law Society president said any new fund must meet three key principles
Suzanne Townley reflects on summer holidays and 'back to school' for solicitors
David Pickup considers whether we need to change lawyers’ appearance in the media
Georgina Hollis and Amar Chauhan consider how to find clients in group litigation
Charlotte Harrison considers whether a lack of certain skills could be stopping firm growth in its tracks
Anthony Kiernan considers delays to family justice
Jack Shepherd examines different ways of adopting innovation in a firm.
Kerry Jack considers uniqueness in marketing
Mark Pawlowski considers when common law damages may be available for purely equitable wrongs and whether equity may offer a useful remedy in the absence of legal remedies
Cathál MacPartholán provides a brief review of new laws on offensive weapons in private places
Brett Aubin explores if Schrems II is the next grey swan for solicitors
Dr Rebecca Helm considers whether false beliefs about prevalence of crime could influence jury evaluation of evidence.
Lynne Gregory reviews the risks and rewards of the Jersey energy sector