Applications for the role of deputy district judge (DDJ) opened on 19 July 2021. The closing date is 9 August 2021.
The Home Office has published a circular on suspicious activity reports (SARs) in the context of disclosure in private civil litigation.
The Legal Aid Agency (LAA) has reviewed its COVID-19 contingency measures for crime and civil legal aid practitioners.
On 28 May 2021, HM Courts and Tribunals Service launched the new damages claim service in a pilot with nine claimant firms.
We responded to a consultation we instigated through judicial review, on the proposed transfer of the assessment of all civil legal aid bills of costs to the Legal Aid Agency.
HMCTS is seeking your views on the use of remote hearings during the pandemic.
We’re disappointed to learn that the EU commission is to oppose UK accession to the Lugano Convention.
I. Stephanie Boyce, Law Society president, considers the stakes for access to justice if the UK is unable to rejoin the Lugano Convention.
As the court backlog grows, we call for clarity on the government’s plan after 21 June when legal limits on social contact may be lifted.
Firms need to check whether they need to register as doing tax advice work to fulfil their obligations under the money laundering regulations.
Sir Geoffrey Vos, master of the rolls, delivered a talk at our webinar on civil justice and lawtech on Thursday 28 January.
A new ID scheme will allow solicitors to have enhanced access through security in courts and tribunals.