QC bests parking company over £85 fine

Lawyer criticises ParkingEye for ‘indulging in pernicious bullying tactics agains

01 Sep 2017 | Public

A bit of peace and quiet

Alec Samuels discusses the growing problem of noise pollution from the air, and considers the remedies available to thos

23 Aug 2017 | Public

Repealing EU law: The great puzzle

The “Great Repeal Bill” offers some technical answers, but little certainty about the future, writes Pavlo

14 Aug 2017 | EU & International

Fighting homelessness on the front line

Helen Roberts explains how a legal advice centre in Wales is tackling one of society’s greatest crises. Matthew Roger

14 Aug 2017 | Public

The Grenfell Tower public inquiry: Managing expectations

Difficult messages about the scope of the inquiry must be communicated now to avoid damaging trust and confidence in the process further down the line, exp

08 Aug 2017 | Public

Bespoke law services increasing access to justice for autistic clients

Law centres and firms aim to make complex legal matters more easil

02 Aug 2017 | Education & Training

The bold return of the common law

The Supreme Court ruling in the Unison case is a call to arms to other judges concerned about government bypassing the parliamentar

When is land eligible to be registered as a town or village green?

The recent case of TW Logistics v Essex County Council provides a useful source of information on the current problems, says Ale

31 Jul 2017 | Local government

Politics, policy and primacy

A recent case highlights the tension between local and national planning policy, writes Stephani

25 Jul 2017 | Public

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