Are solicitors paying enough attention to the penal provisions of competition law, as affecting their own businesses?
Support agencies, along with the prosecution service, are attempting to raise awareness of a defence to certain offences regularly charged against refugees
What is the justification for criminalising virtual child pornography? The “indirect harm” approach in the UK is contrasted with the USA's protection of free speech
As the Society runs a survey of views on what trainees should be paid, this blog comments on the wide range of opinions it regularly hears
This month's selection of leisure reading, chosen by the Journal's book review editor
In this issue
- Caught by the cartels
- Refugees: why article 31 matters
- Virtual victims?
- How much should trainee solicitors be paid?
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Malcolm Combe
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Plans reports: yes or no?
- Farewell Brussels?
- Mind games
- Justifying discrimination
- Advance to Australia fair
- People on the move
- Reason for the rules
- Beware the (new) transfer traps
- Pension schemes: the VAT rules change
- Tenancies and the Land Reform Bill
- Scottish Solicitors Discipline Tribunal
- Are you ready for counterpart signing?
- Chapter and verse
- Street Law: a wildfire success
- Law reform roundup
- ADR directive affects complaints
- From the Brussels office
- Transforming perceptions
- Litigators in a fix?
- Unlucky Fridays?
- Flag up, or keep mum?
- Send in the auditors