Tribunal reform steals the show

18 Mar 2016

One of the great things about Solicitors Journal Live is the opportunity not only to share a platform with some of the country's leading legal minds, but to have them in the audience too.

Following on from Lord Woolf's keynote, it is no surprise that another lively debate occurred when I discussed the future of employment law with barrister and employment judge Martin Downs, of 1 Crown Office Row. What was surprising, perhaps, was the direction the communal prophesying took, with tribunal reform taking centre stage.

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