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BVC debacle

This post is somewhat off-topic, although I justify it as relevant to careers in general. I am a former solicitor who is …

Contingency fees in the ET to be abolished?

No-one’s daring to say so, but a press release by the Ministry of Justice is reviewing the whole caboodle. Some solicitors are getting worried. A contingency …

EAT Judgments

I’m delighted that I’ve at last spent 30 seconds stealing being inspired by Nick Holmes‘ use of a Yahoo Pipe to provide …

Solicitors – Qualified for…

The Law21 blog entry on marketing has again inspired me to rant on the future of the legal profession. ‘Your solicitor, qualified …

Law in the 21st Century

The Law21 blog, and this post in particular, should be compulsory reading for any member of the British legal profession. The focus …

Unfair Competition

The dispute between the Legal Services Commission (providers of what used to be known as Legal Aid) and barristers is fascinating. Read …

Crystal Ball

Blogger Head of Legal, who like me must be sad enough to browse case reports that fall outside his area of expertise, …

Schadenfreude

Celebrities and the media, who fancy each other so much that the flirting can make you sick, leave me wondering what the …