More articles by Jean Yves

Will ‘Cliff’s Law’ really enhance privacy rights?

Neither the Cliff Richard ruling nor the subsequent eponymous bill are likely to dramatically improve the rights of individuals under investigation against

06 Apr 2019

Death wish: the limits of professional behaviour

Fighting fire with fire can be a dangerous response for solicitors seeking to stand up to abuse on social media, warns Susann

06 Mar 2019

Off the rails: the impact of low-level offences on your career

Minor wrongdoings such as failing to pay your train fare can get you struck off, warns Men

06 Mar 2019

Business as usual: the straightforward expectation with a sting in the tail

The SRA’s newly rekindled interest in ethics, with seemingly obvious requirements, is a potential collection of traps for the unwary, says Trace

06 Mar 2019

I, Lawyer: the convenience of artificial intelligence

AI floated into legal circles from computer labs about a decade ago. Ten years on it still has a nebulous aura of complexity and priciness: is it just for

06 Mar 2019

Nearly half of law firms now set up as corporate entities

Decline in traditional partnerships suggests new approach to lega

06 Mar 2019

Law Society ‘wrong’ to oppose regulatory reforms

Former SRA policy director urges Chancery Lane to embrace independenc

03 Mar 2019

Diversity scorecard: influencing positive change in law firms

Dr Kate Cook considers how the centenary of some women gaining the right to vote is inspiring the next generation of la

01 Mar 2019

Diversity scorecard: influencing positive change in law firms

Dr Kate Cook considers how the centenary of some women gaining the right to vote is inspiring the next generation of la

01 Mar 2019

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