Practice Notes: Education

Civil litigation brief

Gordon Exall looks at the procedure and guidelines governing the transfer of actions from the county court to the Technology and Constructio

27 May 2008

Life in crime

Benjamin Newton discusses a recent Court of Appeal case that considered whether the defence of doli incapax was still available to defendants aged from 10

19 May 2008

Update: sentencing

Barbara Barnes reviews the latest cases on dangerousness, young offenders, concurrent or consecutive sentences, young offenders and chil

19 May 2008

Unrestricted development

The Lawntown ruling shows how developers can overcome restrictive covenants in order to convert single properties into multiple units, says Davi

14 Dec 2007

Update: wills, probate and trusts

By Catherine McAleavey and Catherin

11 May 2007

Learning curve

The Education and Inspections Act 2006 is the 10th Act in as many years to bring changes to an area in constant flux. Oliver Hyams considers its practica

20 Apr 2007

Sporting chance

In what circumstances is a school liable for a sports injury to a pupil? Kris Line

13 Apr 2007

North-east: legal aid in turmoil

North-east legal aid lawyers are set to be badly hit by the current reforms. Jean-Yves Gil

09 Mar 2007

Cinderella trusts

A&M trusts will disappear in April 2008. This may seem a long way away, but lawyers need to start reviewing their clients’ investment options now, says Ste

16 Feb 2007

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