Ever wondered how we put our events together? We give you a sneak peek into what you can expect from our spring conference on 25 April, and explain how we’ve listened to your feedback from past events.
The new electronic bill of costs is here. Claire Green of the Association of Costs Lawyers explains why you shouldn’t panic.
The 95th and 96th updates to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) recently came into force. Cait Sweeney looks at the headline changes.
Kerry Underwood explains the string of recent case law which suggests the courts are taking a much tougher approach to litigants in person.
The Law Society Library provides guidance on how to access medical records.
We are used to, and think we understand, percentage probability, says Jonathan Haydn-Williams – but remember that percentage estimates of success do not make it certain and are less reliable the earlier they are made.
Whether you or your firm do pro bono work or not, it is important to know about pro bono costs, says Toby Brown.
The Pro Bono Charter was launched during National Pro Bono Week 2017. It is a statement of commitment from firms, ABSs and in-house departments to support pro bono. Rebecca Wilkinson explains
Dominic Regan assesses the continuing uncertainty over proportionality.
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service explains whether it is possible to use a conditional fee arrangement for a claim made under IPFDA.