A quieter mind: Nature and mental health

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The puppy’s frenzied barking awakens me to the Police Cruiser pulling up outside the holiday home I am staying in.  'I'll call you back', I say down the...

Feeling the heat

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A housing market that ground to a complete halt last year is suddenly white hot, as pent-up demand meets a controversial tax holiday. Conveyancers are working flat...

Conveyancing risks and indemnity insurance

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With the lockdown suppressing some areas of solicitor work, and the stamp duty land tax (SDLT) and land transaction tax holidays encouraging people to buy homes, the...

Judicial guidance on DBAs

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In Zuberi v Lexlaw Ltd EWCA Civ 16, the Court of Appeal has provided important guidance on the nature of damages-based agreements (DBAs). By way of...

Decisions

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Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

Postcard from Abroad: Tony Grundy, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto (Singapore) LLP

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Changes in clients’ preferences for governing law and jurisdiction I took articles with Linklaters & Paines in London in 1978. Shortly after making partner in 1986, I...

Taking the rap

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In a dysfunctional and cash-strapped criminal justice system, are sentencing discounts for a guilty plea leading to miscarriages of justice?

Engagement or subversion?

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In the opening session of Legal Geek’s Uncertain Decade Summit, Mark Cohen, CEO of Legal Mosaic, discussed applying Amazon’s customer experience model to law and reminded us...

Remote control

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The low down The ‘can do’ attitude lawyers and the justice system assumed when Covid-19 struck has seen the overnight arrival of technologies that have been talked about...

Olive Clapham – ‘first woman barrister’

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On 25 May 1921, The Times published the bar final examination results. For the first time, the list of successful candidates included a woman: Olive Catherine Clapham....

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