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Number of unrepresented defendants is increasing in criminal courts

9th May 2016

New research has highlighted that the number of unrepresented defendants in criminal courts is on the rise. A study called Justice Denied? The experience of unrepresented defendants in the criminal courts, which…

Events and conferences for lawyers

19th April 2016

No matter whether you are a student looking to begin a career in the legal sector or you own a law firm, law events and conferences are extremely important. Events and conferences allow those working in legal jobs…

David Cameron to reveal new tax laws

11th April 2016

In what has been a difficult couple of weeks for David Cameron, the Prime Minister will reveal a new law to crack down on tax cheats. The PM, who was forced to publish information about his own tax affairs after…

Microchipping dog law comes into force

5th April 2016

The new dog microchipping law, which comes into force on April 6th, could see dog owners face fines of around £500 if they do not comply. Despite the potentially large fine, it is believed thousands of dog…

Breakdown of the O.J. Simpson case

21st March 2016

The O. J. Simpson Trial back in 1995 was dubbed the drama of the century after the former NFL superstar was accused of murdering his former wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. The case has…

A legal education – courses and resources for those in law

16th March 2016

No matter whether you are a student about to embark on a legal career or are already a professional in the industry, everyone within the legal sector knows that law never stands still. As legal recruitment…

Exposure of gender pay gaps at UK law firms to become law

8th March 2016

The government is looking to change mandatory reporting requirements for businesses and this will reveal gender pay gaps at leading law firms in the UK. The regulations, which are planned to be in place before…

Revised plans for new surveillance law to be announced

2nd March 2016

The revised plans for the new surveillance law are to be set out in Parliament this week, meaning the British police and security agencies will have new powers to monitor people’s internet usage and…