You are currently filtering for:
  • with the author: Peter Nicholson
clear filters

Journal editorial October 2021

Legal rights and climate change are intimately interlinked, and lawyers can expect to be increasingly called on to advise on related matters

Journal editorial September 2021

The draft rules for holding civil court hearings remotely go further than may feel comfortable with – is there a justification?

Journal editorial August 2021

Plans to cut criminal case backlogs need proper consultation with defence lawyers – and a drive to make best use of their time

Journal editorial July 2021

For its positive, dynamic vibe of today, the Society has much to thank Lorna Jack for

Journal editorial June 2021

The future of remote civil court hearings will need the same spirit of collegiality that enabled the collective delivery of the process – and some fresh thinking

Journal editorial May 2021

After featuring in the election campaign the future of the not proven verdict is in doubt – but are there alternatives to simple abolition?

Journal editorial April 2021

Truth and power: democracy in the UK is not in a very healthy state at present. What will happen after the May elections?

Journal editorial March 2021

As we restart the economy after the pandemic, the disadvantaged must not be left behind

Journal editorial February 2021

Something has gone very wrong in the prosecution service, given the settlement of the claims for malicious prosecution, and a full inquiry is needed to restore confidence

Journal editorial January 2021

Thoughts on pulling through a gloomy January; the legal aid package and talks; and the impact of the Brexit deal

Journal editorial December 2020

Employers should help people find their own best balance between home and office working; Government must recognise the urgency of the crisis in legal aid

Journal editorial November 2020

As legal aid lawyers hang on for a Government decision on funding, New Generation Lawyers deserves support in campaigning for their future

  • 1 (current)
  • 2