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Tips to stay focused at work

30th December 2015

Having to work over the Christmas and New Year period can be very difficult; as an employer you will be aware that your workforce may not be as focused, whilst as an employee you will perhaps be thinking more about…

The role of a barrister

30th November 2015

A barrister is someone who provides specialist legal advice and represents people and businesses in court, but there is a lot more involved in the role than what you see on your television and movie screens. Here…

Ways to relieve work stress

24th November 2015

Work-related stress is a normal occurrence, but extreme stress will leave you burnt out, have an effect on your physical and emotional health, and will hinder your productivity. We know how stressful some legal…

Terror threat to Britain could speed up Investigatory Powers Bill implementation

17th November 2015

With Prime Minister David Cameron revealing that Britain has foiled seven terror attacks in the past six months, the recently announced Investigatory Powers Bill could be implemented sooner than originally planned. …

Change to law sees UK libel cases fall

16th November 2015

Research from Thomson Reuters has revealed that the number of defamation cases in the UK last year fell by approximately 30 per cent as a result of changes to the law. The research, which was published in an…

Internet 'snooping' plans: what we know about the Investigatory Powers Bill

10th November 2015

Earlier this month the government published proposals for the Investigatory Powers Bill, which is being labelled by many as internet ‘snooping’ plans. Initial plans were abandoned by Home Secretary…

Proposals could see judges refer to UK law rather than European laws

9th November 2015

The Conservatives are reportedly planning to let judges rely more on UK and Commonwealth colleagues’ rulings rather than laws passed down by the European Court of Human Rights. In news that will interest…

Study shows public want wills to be regulated

2nd November 2015

A study conducted by YouGov has revealed that over half of the public want regulated wills to be created. The research, which was conducted on behalf of the Law Society, asked 1,554 adults about wills. 55 per cent…