Regulate the robots? Law Society’s incoming president launches review
As Society appoints ‘new’ CEO following dramatic resignation of predecessor
Cambridge, Oxford and LSE prevail in ‘league table of league tables’
Brings together rankings from Complete University Guide, The Times and The Guardian
A new YouTube star is born: Court of Appeal to be live-streamed
‘Revolutionary’ proposal will mean even family cases could be broadcast live
They say that data is the new oil — but who exactly owns it?
As part of Legal Cheek’s occasional series exploring buzzing legal research across the UK and internationally, today, on the day that new data protection rules come into force, we delve into the unchartered territory of the law on data ownership
Partners are ‘coasting to retirement’ and ‘chronically under-performing’, says new research
US law firms living in ‘false sense of security’ — is the same true in the UK?
Being a corporate lawyer is a ‘bulls**t job’, argues LSE professor
City law jobs are totally pointless