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Author: Charon QC, a lawyer, after a fashion
Awarded himself the title QC when the Lord Chancellor suspended the award for real lawyers. Now, as no-one can instruct him in any matter, or would wish to, he is free to comment as he wishes on matters which catch his attention.
Charon to be restaurant critic….
Guest Post: Cuts to Legal Aid mean “Guilty Will Go Unpunished”
Just a few thoughts… fortunately, I still have the ability to have some thoughts…
Rive Gauche: Just a pic…
Spelling can be difficult….. and nicking other people’s ideas / words is too easy….
A very short post…needs must… mea culpa
Law Review: At last, a law to stop almost anyone from doing almost anything edition…
Rive Gauche: Sir Hugo Kok de Up MP on Justice
Author: George Wilkinson, partner Ashfords
Low water at Putney Pier: early morning
It ain’t gonna happen soon . . .
What planet are they on?
Early spring evening at Putney
Something nasty . . .
One way to pass an afternoon
Doctor knows best
Author: Sir Henry Brooke
In my blog I hope to include memories of times past (and there may be quite a lot of these) as well as commentary on current issues.
Poor decision-making, Personal Independence Payments (PIPs) and PIP appeals
The LASPO Review: (2) My address to the Bar Conference
Lord Burnett’s speech to the Criminal Cases Review Commission
The LASPO Review: (1) My recent talk about the Bach Commission’s report on the Right to Justice
The Personal Support Unit: The beginnings of the concept 25 years ago
The Bach Report: (19) Public legal education
The Bach Report: (18) Advice services
The Bach Report: (17) Law centres and the law centres network
Author: A lawyer working in the North of Scotland with a sideline in IT
Buy Titled Plots from Atlantic Titles Ltd
Style Continuing Power of Attorney
Kant get service – putting it through the Mills
View through a Crystal Ball darkly…
Paying the Victim Bill
Torrents of Abuse
Reach out and Touchscreen
Author: David Allen Green, a lawyer and writer working in London
Critical and liberal views, usually on legal and policy issues.
Brexit Diary: A “reality check” for Remainers
The uncertainty of Brexit
Brexit Diary: What does Donald Tusk mean by “realism”?
Brexit Diary: Michel Barnier’s significant comments today on a possible transition period
Brexit diary – After Florence
Brexit diary – the “process” phase is now firmly in place
Brexit: How to follow the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill – a practical guide and introduction
Brexit negotiations: Key Round Three documents
Author: Obiter J
I have had a life long interest in many aspects of law. Although I am now in retirement I continue to have interest particularly in criminal law, human rights, european union law and some aspects of international law.
Misleading reporting - R v Douglas Addison
International Court of Justice - UK loses seat
The "sealed" will of HRH The Duke of Windsor
Dishonesty in Criminal Cases
Grenfell Tower Inquiry - update
Brexit Round 6 and promise of a EU (Withdrawal and Notification) Bill
Setting Brexit Day in stone? An unwise move. (Addendum 15th November)
Brexit: The non-existent impact assessments demanded by the Humble Address
Author: Christopher Lee
A blog of legal musings, penned to entertain, but with a view to honing skills necessary to seek a call to the bar.
Author: David Osborne, barrister
David Osborne is a successful and experienced barrister. His fields of expertise range from crime, prison law and personal injury, to family and matrimonial law.
Author: Tim Kevan
Tim Kevan is a barrister, a writer (of BabyBarista and Why Lawyers Should Surf fame) and a surfer. He writes and surfs.
How can a law firm differentiate itself?
When Accidents are Serious
Local rules for mergers and acquisitions in Malaysia
How to buy a company in Spain
How to Find the Best Lawyer for Your Case.
How to Decide if You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer (in the USA)
Who is Eligible for Parole in the UK?
Three Things That a Personal Injury Lawyer Can do For You