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Latest Legal News

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Green light for Hawking's NHS judicial review

23rd of February, 2018

Judge says case is of sufficient public interest to require a limit on costs liability.

Society seeks views on disclosure failures

23rd of February, 2018

Chancery Lane says case studies will highlight extent of the problem as MPs begin inquiry.

Profession calls for properly funded legal aid system after advocacy fee reform

23rd of February, 2018

Ministry of Justice publishes revised proposals for work done by criminal advocates, but critics say it's not enough.

Pro-Brexit lawyers 'less willing' to speak out

23rd of February, 2018

Internationalist case for leaving the EU still needs to be made, retired judge tells ‘brains for Brexit’ event. 

Evicted? New housing court which could sideline solicitors

23rd of February, 2018

Government is looking at court and tribunal users' experiences, including how long it takes for cases to complete.

Leading firms boost cash piles by 75% in five years

23rd of February, 2018

Top 100's retained earnings amounted to £1.4bn last year, new figures reveal.

Claimant lawyers hail landmark asbestos risk ruling

23rd of February, 2018

Appeal court says case must be remitted to a judge for determination on liability.

BSB reins in price publishing plan under pressure from chambers

23rd of February, 2018

Proposals approved during meeting of bar regulator's board following consultation earlier this year.

Property fraud barrister disbarred - nine years after SDT strike off

22nd of February, 2018

Godwin Okri ’failed to coperate’ with the Bar Standards Board, tribunal finds.

Mother faces £20,000 costs bill despite successfully challenging care order

22nd of February, 2018

Court of Appeal says local authorities cannot make up for legal aid funding deficiencies.

New sentencing guidelines reflect seriousness of domestic abuse

22nd of February, 2018

Crown Prosecution Service says domestic abuse accounts for one in 10 crimes.

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