Who’d have thought Andrea Leadsom could be so funny?
Cash in on the uncertainty
Don’t throw out your EU law statute books just yet
France to set up English-style financial disputes court and ‘hire people with experience in common law’
Paris eyes London’s legal crown
‘Brexit – the Musical’: Show written by Berwin Leighton Paisner EU law partner to debut at Edinburgh Fringe
Its characters include Boris Johnson, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn
Adopt a principles-based approach to mammoth task
On the anniversary of the historic Brexit vote, David Allen Green reflects on how social media has influenced the past year
Social media rush as lawyers debate hung parliament’s impact
Devereux barrister won’t stand for parliament
Soon-to-be Aberdeen LLM student writes to the Prime Minister to tell her why Article 50 notification is illegal
He thinks Brexit should be ‘terminated’, at least until the UK and EU courts consider his letter
They beat fellow finalists from the Netherlands, Latvia and Sweden
Legal profession staying true to its pro-EU ways
Why wasn’t Theresa May’s letter delivered Olympic torch-style?
Theresa May has done the deed, despite confusion about its revocability
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC tells Tories to ‘urgently’ adopt interim measures to help stop this
Bar chiefs urge negotiators to protect the free movement of people
It looks like Brexit means departure from the European common nuclear market too
But was he the only lawyer to defy the House of Commons?
If you want your foreign spouse to live with you in the UK, you better have a high-paying job
The threat of a post-Brexit ‘human rights crisis’ looms
It just shows the constitution needs an overhaul, badly
Article 127 is not the new Article 50 after all
Brexit’s Great Repeal Bill is a never-attempted ‘massive problem’: is Oxbridge prof stating the obvious to Lords’ committee?
There was also a lot of talk about Henry VIII clauses and Acquis Communautaire
She chairs the House of Lords’ EU Justice committee, and she thinks we’re living through “an ugly period”
As it celebrates turning one, we count down the ten best contributions to our legal affairs hub
Gina Miller warned she’ll be the ‘next Jo Cox’ as she admits she doesn’t use public transport and has panic buttons in her home
Reveals concerns about safety in same week parliament will debate Article 50 bill
No, of course they didn’t
How the referendum result will impact the legal market, and what law firms can do about it
Baker McKenzie goes on record to give its Brexit/Trump predictions, and it thinks M&A activity will ‘drop sharply’
International giant makes its forecast, as Law Society warns UK solicitors might be less desirable to US firms
Commercial awareness gold right here
Will the UK adopt EU rules?