Dr Bob Murray explores seven ways lawyers can boost their immune systems to guard against the toll of an epidemic
The covid-status certification scheme would use vaccination or testing data to confirm covid-risk in various workplace settings
Stigma and lack of awareness are key concerns for lawyers struggling with their wellbeing
Following the results of the 2020 UK Judicial Attitudes Survey, Graham Coy asks whether we need to do more to make our judges feel valued
The awards will recongnise the outstanding contribution of individuals, teams and firms across 20 categories
Editor's note: Can substandard justice – whatever that looks like in practice – be justice at all?
Heavy reliance to be placed on video and telephone hearings to clear post-pandemic backlog
In the late 1940s, there was a crisis in this country, as many more couples were divorcing as a consequence of the second world war. Recognising something
Matthew Duncan considers the court's approach to interpretation in the case of a foreign domiciled person who died leaving a worldwide estate
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