Attorney General Suella Braverman MP has been reported to the BSB following recent comments about Dominic Cummings, Solicitors Journal has learned
A major report published today on the impact of covid-19 on civil court users recommends immediate steps to be taken
A snap consultation on remote hearings in the family courts has been launched, while separately there are reports of litigants in remote hearings verbally abusing judges
The pandemic will not shut down our justice system, as John McKendrick QC demonstrates
Emergency legislation which would facilitate the acceleration of virtual courts in some cases could be brought forward as the coronavirus situation worsens.
A final attempt by the ruler of Dubai to block the court’s publication of judgments relating to proceedings concerning two of his children has failed.
David Kirwan ponders whether filming in the criminal courts could lead to the nation’s new ‘X Factor’
The criminal and family courts have made strides in support for vulnerable parties – are the civil courts finally about to catch up? Rachel Rothwell reports
A new approach to European court rulings in the new Withdrawal Agreement Bill undermines legal certainty, Lord Pannick QC has said.