Legal Articles for Solicitors and Lawyers

The Armed Forces Covenant: From force to firm

Geraldine McCool reviews the position of the Armed Forces Covenant for firms

05 Sep 2021

Achieving regulatory fairness: a disproportionately slow process?

Gideon Habel argues structural reforms are needed to address overrepresentation within the legal sector.

05 Sep 2021

Whiteboard tools: Why they should be part of the legal toolkit

Jack Shepherd explores how whiteboard tools can be an effective and accessible resource for the legal sector.

05 Sep 2021

Courts: The flaws of extended operating hours

Tony Wyatt argues that extended operating hours will have negative consequences for those in the profession.

05 Sep 2021

Solicitors Indemnity Fund: The end of the line with the insurance industry?

Roger Flaxman explores the decline of the Solicitors Indemnity Fund and whether it will be sustained.

05 Sep 2021

A fair share?: s.238 shareholder disputes in Caymans’ privatised companies

Paul Madden and Paula Kay consider s.238 disputes on the fair value of shares in privatised companies in the Caymans

05 Sep 2021

Employee Ownership Trusts: A new company ownership model

Andrew Evans assesses the positives of EOTS as a business ownership model, while warning of potential traps for the unwary. 

05 Sep 2021

A different approach to leasehold reform

A new approach is needed to restore confidence in a crucial form of land tenure, say Gwilym Owen and

05 Sep 2021

The need to tackle predatory marriages

Matthew Duncan, Helen Freely and James Flanagan assess the lack of legal protection for vulnerable individuals following a rise in predatory marriages.

05 Sep 2021

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