Leora Taratula-Lyons examines recent case law on how costs are awarded in financial remedy proceedings following divorce.
While the Flexible Working Bill does improve workers’ rights, it falls far short of what is required to properly protect employees from unscrupulous bosses, says Hina Belitz.
Jo-Anne Pugh considers how educators can give law students the best possible grounding in using artificial intelligence.
Detailed yet incomplete reforms to the trial of sexual offences may do more harm than good, says Sandra Paul.
Jan Stappers looks at how robust compliance programmes can improve both a company’s reputation and its bottom line
Mediation has no single definition, but most would agree that mediation is voluntary. All that could change, however, if the government gets its way, says Tony Roe.
Tony Guise outlines comments made by Sir Geoffrey Vos at his first appearance before the Justice Select Committee in June.
Matthew Kay and Geraldine Kelm examine the past decade for alternative legal solutions providers and considers what the next 10 years will look like.