Long road to freedom for farmworker accused of being notorious trafficker

On the afternoon of 24 May 2016, a man alleged to be a notorious migrant trafficking kingpin nicknamed the General was drinking coffee...

A&O profits rise but PEP growth slows

The magic circle firm adds to a bullish set of City results. READ SOURCE

NHS spending on claimant legal costs drops by £24m in a year

Claimant legal costs for clinical negligence cases against the NHS fell by 5% in the last year, new figures have revealed. The NHS Resolution...

Police trials of facial recognition backed by home secretary

The home secretary, Sajid Javid, has thrown his support behind police trials of controversial facial recognition technology. The Neoface system used by the Metropolitan...

Solicitor jailed by US over Russia interview is struck off

A London-based solicitor who was jailed in the US over an interview about Russia’s role in the presidential election has been struck off. Alex...

Inns of Court Bar course gets green light from BSB

A Bar training course designed by the Inns of Court has been given the go ahead by the Bar Standards Board (BSB). The Inns...

'Affordable' bar training course gets green light

A bar training course designed by the Inns of Court has been given the go-ahead by the Bar Standards Board (BSB). The Inns of...

Lawyers say HMCTS chief wrong about 15-minute video slots

Lawyers only get 15 minutes to talk to their clients via video link before a court hearing, the Gazette has been told -...

MoJ set to decide on second wave of personal injury reform

The Ministry of Justice will reveal plans for the second part of an overhaul of personal injury claims by the end of the...

How I got my German passport | Letter

I am the grandson of a German Jewish refugee who has recently been granted German citizenship. In 2017, after learning that I might...