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Nearly six in 10 adults have committed an offence in the past year, a new survey has revealed, as reported in The Times. Top of the league of common crimes are motoring offences, including driving over the speed limit (35 per cent), eating or drinking at the wheel (21 per cent) and using a mobile... ... read more
August 25th, 2016
Westminster Council has given planning permission for a new 30-storey residential block in Paddington, west London. The block will be 105 metres tall. ... read more
April 20th, 2016
The legal sector contributed more than £25bn to the UK economy last year, and every 1 per cent of growth in the legal services market creates 8,000 jobs. That is according to a new report by The Law Society, Economic Value of the Legal Services Sector. ... read more
March 28th, 2016
Barbara Rich, a barrister who is a member of 5 Stone Buildings, has criticised “mainstream media” for its incompetence in reporting of Court of Protection (CoP) cases. ... read more
February 5th, 2016
The justice secretary, Michael Gove, has suggested that well paid solicitors and barristers should contribute “much more” to ensure justice was available to all. He said that those who made the most financially from the legal system would be required to provide more free expertise. ... read more
June 26th, 2015
Four important areas, will dominate 2015, according to the Chairman of the Bar, Alistair MacDonald QC. These are edited extracts from his article in Counsel magazine. ... read more
January 15th, 2015
The UK could learn from the Netherlands and Canada about how to use online dispute resolution (ODR) for small claims and put it into practice within the next couple of years. ... read more
December 15th, 2014
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