Jemma Barnard explores when a child can claim negligence against their parent.
Alec Samuels argues that efforts to reform judicial review are lacklustre and have fallen short.
A survey revealed the majority of firms have not reviewed compliance since the switch to home working
Sharmistha Michaels explains how the Home Office's updated immigration laws could threaten the rights of migrants who are sleeping rough
Tracey Calvert likens the initial strangeness of sailing to the experience of newcomers to law firms
Philip Henson discusses democracy with Lord Puttnam, who chaired the Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies, following release of its unani
Susanna Heley considers that clients may not be the only victims when a trusted partner commits fraud.
Since many of us are working from home at the moment, can law firms take their foot off the gas when it comes to equality and diversity? The answer is a fi
A ficticious scenario created by investigators breached human rights and data protection law
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