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One last last word

Richard Barr looks back on a 40-year love affair with a legal journal dedicated to the interests of solicitors

Chasing the holy grail

Lord Justice Jackson has scaled back his fixed costs proposals, but this is far from the end of the story, writes John van der Luit-Drummond

Keeping criminal practitioners afloat

James Parry advises on the circumstances in which rejecting un-remunerative publicly funded criminal work is necessary to protect the firm and reflects on flexible court hours

In the belly of the beast

Having witnessed ugliness and hope during her two months as an intern with a New Orleans Public Defenders Office, Lucie Boase brings back a slice of US attorneys’ passion for justice to share with legal aid lawyers in the UK

Exit poll – Norfolk style

Would the country be better run by hedgehogs, wonders Richard Barr. Some would say things could hardly get any worse

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