Cyclist settles case for £30,000 after hitting pedestrian who was looking at phone

A cyclist who knocked over a woman who was looking at her mobile phone while crossing a road and was then threatened with...

Law school opens up on pass rate despite tight-lipped SRA

The City Law School has broken ranks with other training providers and revealed the proportion of its students who pass the Legal Practice...

Vehicle hire firm accelerates into legal services market

A vehicle hire business has become the latest outsider to enter the legal services market following a newly-confirmed merger. The all-share merger of listed...

Justice Week: Poll shows hunger for education

More than half of 18 to 24-year-olds would like more emphasis on learning about the law in school, according to new research showing...

Retiring solicitor carried on practise despite pledge to shut down

An experienced solicitor who knowingly continued in practice when he was not authorised to do so has been struck off the roll. Colin Kenneth...

Retiring solicitor took on new matters despite pledge to shut down

An experienced solicitor who knowingly continued in practice when he was not authorised to do so has been struck off the roll. Colin Kenneth...

Julian Assange supporters set out stall as extradition hearing begins

Julian Assange is set to face off with the US government when his extradition hearing begins on Monday. A judge at Woolwich crown court...

Hint at RTA portal delay

As the Gazette went to press the Ministry of Justice was believed to be poised to announce a delay to the implementation of...

Portraits of justice

Farhana and her younger sister Jamilah were taken into care suddenly at the ages of 11 and 6, staying in at least five...

Lawyer in the news: ​Kate Ellis, Centre for Women’s Justice

Who? Kate Ellis, solicitor, Centre for Women’s Justice, London. Why is she in the news? Represents Emily Hunt, who launched a judicial review last...