Women are the ‘overlooked minority’ in the history of the Sexual Offences Act
It’s the statute’s 50th birthday, but should we be celebrating?
The tuition fee backlash could spell danger for the solicitor super-exam
Design of the cheaper LPC replacement is based on undergraduate fees staying high
Revealed: how close firms are to reaching their gender diversity targets
Some are doing well — next stop equality?
Joshua Rozenberg: Look out for a retirement announcement from the High Court’s Mr Justice Peter Smith
Lost luggage rant judge could bow out now, just as he qualifies for a pension
Four predictions for corporate law this year
What to expect in the City during 2017
It’s beginning to look a lot like Slaughter and May is calling a recession
Modest pay rise and work/life perks signal tough times ahead