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Latest Legal News

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Five solicitors granted silk as names start to emerge

15th of December, 2017

QC list for 2018 includes fives solicitors, Gazette understands.

City firm publishes hourly rates in 'transparency' drive

15th of December, 2017

Humphries Kerstetter says decision to be open on fees stemmed from competition authority recommendations.

Barrister suspended for giving client money 'for food'

15th of December, 2017

Roy Headlam failed to maintain independence, tribunal rules.

Government clarifies legal aid safety net record

15th of December, 2017

Cases eligible for exceptional funding would not be ineligible under the regular scheme.

Brexit: UK legal services could be left ‘high and dry’, Society warns

15th of December, 2017

Chancery Lane sounds alarm over Canada-style free trade pact - which could require British lawyers wanting to practise in EU countries to live there and seek admission to local bars.

Law students take aim at miscarriages of justice

15th of December, 2017

Manchester’s Miscarriages of Justice Review Centre links students with lawyers to try and appeal sentences.

Law Commission to explore leasehold and chancel repair liability

14th of December, 2017

Consultation on 13th programme of law reform attracted record 1,300 responses.

Court finds detained Iraqis unlawfully held by British forces

14th of December, 2017

Success in High Court for Leigh Day as firm hails the ‘rule of law in action’.

Legal aid safety net applications soar to record level

14th of December, 2017

Government statistics highlight decline in overall work and expenditure across the sector.

Supreme Court aims for more diversity as it advertises for justices

14th of December, 2017

Call for applicants for posts including deputy president as three justices set to retire.

SRA ponders penalties for failure to publish complaints data

14th of December, 2017

Research claims that vast majority of consumers want more transparency from law firms. 

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