Attorney General presents UK intervention in Ukraine case against Russia at International Court of JusticeThu Sep 21 2023
Firms losing potential clients by failing to return their calls, research showsThu Sep 21 2023
Powers of attorney modernised as legislation allows CILEX Lawyers to certify LPA copies for the first timeThu Sep 21 2023
Stark contrast between Government response to Post Office Horizon victims and Infected BloodWed Sep 20 2023
ACSO comments on the Justice select Committee report:Wed Sep 20 2023
Campaigners win permission to appeal against Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station rulingTue Sep 19 2023
Pre-inquest review into the deaths of Reading murder victims, James Furlong, Dr David Wails and Joseph Ritchie-BennettMon Sep 18 2023
Feedback launches legal challenge to decision not to require food waste reportingFri Sep 15 2023
Failed whiplash reforms have created a ‘clear justice gap’Thu Sep 14 2023
Climate clauses that deliver legally enforceable decarbonization through contracts are now available copyright-free for attorneys, corporations, and stakeholders.
Leadership lessons for lawyers emphasise confronting challenges, but have faced the trials Dmytro Aleshko has encountered since February 2022.
Joanna Newton observes how rising mortgage rates intensify property disputes in UK divorce cases.
Responding to the news from the Infected Blood Inquiry today that Sir Brian Langstaff and his team now expect to publish their Final Report in March 2024, rather than this autumn.
Chris Benson is managing partner of Leigh Day. He talks to Solicitors Journal about building the firm, negative stories in the press and the firm's collective action against UK water companies.
Under the law, should your right to express your opinion – be it on politics, the environment, abortion, or anything else – trump my right to go about my business unhindered, whether or not I happen to agree with your opinion?