Legal services

The confessional

Lawyers need to talk about their own insecurities and support others to do the same, says Pippa Allsop

UK legal services market ‘second only’ to the US

The UK’s legal services sector is strong and continues to grow in spite of Brexit, according to a detailed report from industry-led body 

One day, a whisper

A diminishing number of clinical negligence lawyers can mount an effective claim today compared to 30 years ago, as Richard Barr illustrates

Britain will flourish as global legal centre despite Brexit, says Law Society

Britain will continue to be an attractive place to do business whatever the outcome of Brexit, the Law Society of England and Wales said.

Christmas end to probate delays, says HMCTS

Christmas will see the end of the probate delays, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) reportedly said at a meeting with the Law Society.

When exclusivity clauses breach competition law

The CMA has started to use its competition enforcement powers to sanction anti-competitive land agreements between landlords and tenants, say Neil Baylis and Gwen Ballin-Reeler

Prioritise broken justice system, says Law Society

The Law Society has challenged the UK’s leading political parties to place the rule of law and access to justice at the heart of their government plans.