A report has highlighted that emergency covid-19 laws have had a disproportionate impact on society’s most vulnerable
The MoJ has announced new measures including eight new Nightingale courts to deal with the significant criminal case backlog
HMCTS asks all court users in England to wear face coverings in court and tribunals buildings from today (27 July).
Significant concerns around the fairness of remote family court hearings and access to technology have been identified by a snap consultation
A snap consultation on remote hearings in the family courts has been launched, while separately there are reports of litigants in remote hearings verbally
Charlotte Parkinson, the new chair of the Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) and a solicitor at Addleshaw Goddard challenges the incoming Conservative governmen
The solicitors’ disciplinary process is changing before our eyes and it’s crucial to the integrity of the legal profession that the SRA and SDT are strong
288 employees win ‘clear cut legal case’ following firm’
Nearly 80 per cent of higher court cases have gone unreported. How many potentially important precedents were ignored, wonders Masou
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