A study outlines how the issue of mental health in international criminal law and justice has – finally – gathered momentum as the potential trauma of victims and witnesses who testify is being given more attention.
The ruling puts UK on par with other international markets protecting IP in computer sciences and AI
The majority of solicitors and professionals who help plan their clients’ estates have either seen instances of actual or suspected financial abuse, according to a new report from STEP, the global professional body for inheritance advisors.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) consultation on the regulation of CILEX members fills in some of the gaps left by CILEX’s consultation to take a more balanced view of the proposals
Junior lawyers want the right to refuse to work on certain matters for ethical reasons, but few firms currently provide it, new research conducted by Obelisk Support has found.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has published details of the first fixed penalties it has issued since introducing the new fixed financial penalty regime.
The Law Society of England and Wales welcomes the announcement from the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) of action it is taking to clarify its procedure relating to interim measures.
National Law firm Axiom Ince Limited ceased trading on 3 October 2023 following an intervention by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), resulting in its subsequent closure.