Solicitors Journal Legal News

Foreword

Keeping Counsel

In our August 2022 Foreword, Chaynee Hodgetts considers changing times…

20 Jul 2022

SJ Interview

Peter Stefanovic on Boris Johnson and British politics

This issue, Chaynee Hodgetts interviews lawyer and vlogger Peter Stefanovic

04 Aug 2022

Opinion

I know what you did last Summer

David Pickup considers the Summer holidays, solicitor style

03 Aug 2022

The National Security Bill: a missed opportunity?

Peter Binning considers whether the new National Security Bill could have been used to reform Official Secrets law

03 Aug 2022

(Don’t get) lost in translation

James Halstead and Marcin Durlak examine the need for high quality legal translation

31 Jul 2022

Soldiers’ legal rights – no change?

Hilary Meredith-Beckham considers lack of change to soldiers’ rights for the past 35 years

24 Jul 2022

International

Was the WTO right on vaccine patent waivers?

Nick Redfearn and Fabrice Mattei discuss how to compromise between improving access to vaccines whilst also protecting research and pharma innovation.

12 Jul 2022

Mauritius: Introduction of variable capital companies

Shianee Calcutteea, Sahirun Subadar and Vartika Sahai explore the benefits of variable capital companies.

11 Jul 2022

Business

Airline cancellations and consumer law

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey explains the turmoil within the travel industry and consumer rights in the event of flight cancellations

23 Jul 2022

Realising value from change

Jenny Hotchin offers six practical steps for managing change within a firm

22 Jul 2022

Features

False beliefs on crime rates influencing juries?

Dr Rebecca Helm considers whether false beliefs about prevalence of crime could influence jury evaluation of evidence.

07 Aug 2022

Perils and pitfalls of directing a Jersey energy company

Lynne Gregory reviews the risks and rewards of the Jersey energy sector

07 Aug 2022

Shareholder disputes: unfair prejudice petitions

Lisa Linklater QC considers the art of share valuation in company law

05 Aug 2022

The four-day week: reality in law?

Dana Denis-Smith considers whether a four-day week could work in the legal sector

03 Aug 2022