A new ID scheme will allow solicitors to have enhanced access through security in more than 300 courts and tribunals from today.
Law Society president, David Greene, discusses recent concerns solicitors have raised on the potential risks they face when attending court.
We're working to support workers and firms around court safety, critical worker rules and vaccinations.
We are seeking assurance that court building arrangements continue to be appropriate following the new COVID-19 regulations and the variant strain.
As courts and tribunals continue to run during the COVID-19 pandemic, safety of staff must be a top priority.
We welcome news of a free trade agreement, but warn that more work is needed to facilitate the vital role of the legal sector.
Charlotte Parkinson and members of the JLD committee share advice on supervising junior lawyers in the field of litigation.
HMCTS has been piloting COVID operating hours in seven crown court centres as part of its criminal recovery plan to address backlogs.
This joint briefing sets out our views in relation to the Internal Market Bill ahead of its second reading in the House of Commons.
Your weekly update from our public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
Individuals and small businesses are likely to be among the worst casualties if the EU continues to block UK admission to the Lugano Convention at the end of the Brexit transition on 31 December.
The lord chancellor, Robert Buckland QC MP, gave a speech on the importance of legal services at the launch of TheCityUK's Legal Services Report Launch 2020.