Tribunals & Courts

The tide is turning in disability discrimination law

The courts’ increasingly liberal approach to article 15 claims places a greater onus on employers to provide objective justification for discrimination, sa

08 Nov 2016 | Discrimination

No Brexit without parliament

Riccardo Calzavara and Toby Vanhegan consider the reasoning behind the High Court’s ruling that the government cannot trigger article 50 without parliament

04 Nov 2016 | EU & International

SRA: Mandatory training of youth court solicitors ‘comes at a cost’

New guidance to help solicitors a ‘step in the right direction’, says youth justic

04 Nov 2016 | Crime

Promoting ‘out of court’ divorce

The courts are no longer viewed as places for determining disputes, but as valuable real estate to be plundered, writes Marily

01 Nov 2016 | Divorce

MoJ fears revealing ‘shaky’ budget numbers

Officials pushed by MPs over failure to provide spending plans in annua

Unhappy judges, unlucky defendants

A hungry, morbid, or disappointed judge is a dangerous thing for your client, or so research suggests, explains Richar

Justice system reforms failing to take account of digital best practice

The government has cut legal aid, increased court fees, but not considered the consequences for access t

Online dispute resolution must secure access to justice for the vulnerable

Government is ‘flogging off valuable capital without a proper plan for alternatives’, say

Appeals and judicial review in the tribunal system

Alec Samuels explains the appeals procedure following R (Cart) v Uppe

13 Oct 2016 | Judicial review

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