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Author: James Wilson, lawyer working for LexisNexis
Law journal articles, legal blogs, letters to the Times and a few other things.
Review of Court & Bowled
Wisden 2015 book review of Court & Bowled: tales of cricket and the law
Stone & Rolls v Moore Stephens  1 AC 1391 - 'not to be looked at again'
Prince Charles' letters: R (on the application of Evans) and another v Attorney General
Book review in the Law Society Gazette of Court & Bowled
Jesse Ryder trial
Chris Cairns in court again
Review for the Supreme Court Library for Queensland
Publisher: FindLaw UK
Life, family and employment law blog
Legal aid: Magistrates resigning in court charges protest
Immigration Law: Home Office to review Ai Weiwei visa rejection
Benefits Law: Proposals to take away benefits of obese seen as 'flawed'
Media Law: Prime Minister warns porn sites to block under-18s or face legal action
Competition Law: Ofgem says Royal Mail price plan breached competition law
Immigration law: Lord chancellor loses detained fast-track asylum appeal
Prisons: Supreme Court rules long periods of solitary confinement unlawful
Legal aid: Court of Appeal rules denying prisoners access to legal aid may be illegal
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
Pregnancy and maternity protection – why aren’t we there yet?
Managing career progression while growing your family
Blended families - laying down the law
UK fathers and paternity leave
What tosh - Women can have it all
The Power Part Time Top 50 List – celebrating the balance of passions
Life / work balance and the professional – an anathema?
Top tips for smooth summer contact
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
It’s my money! Why isn’t my Deputy listening to me?
Charity begins at home? – how to cut a child out of your will
Deputyship – providing day to day support in the management of finances, property and affairs
Providing daily support to a Deputy
The importance of exhibitions like Naidex
Probate Fees; Take a Hike … a new inheritance tax by stealth?
Contentious Trusts and Probate Monthly Round-Up: February 2017
Death in the Digital Age
Publisher: The Law Society
Updates from our president and our CEO, plus pieces that showcase work from around the organisation to highlight the expertise of our staff and wider network.
Author: Ben Amunwa, civil rights barrister
This site is about Law, mostly. But other things too. Because law doesn't exist in a vacuum. People make it. Most people go to court once or twice in their lives. It can be a traumatic experience. The law can be complex and bewildering even for experienced lawyers, not to mention lay clients. I go to court almost everyday. I help people make sense of the law, guide my clients through the process. I discuss and help resolve legal problems with lawyers and judges across the country.
Landlord recovers legal costs from tenant despite no legal action being taken
Parents’ immigration history is relevant to whether it’s reasonable to remove settled children from the UK
How to use statistics and dental x-rays in age assessment disputes?
Gearing up for International Women’s Day: an urban cycling story #IWD2017
No such thing as an average case where children are concerned, says Court of Appeal
UPDATE: Home Office delay of 9 years ‘critical’ in deportation appeal
Rights of the Child: a 36 Immigration forum
Minimum income requirements for spousal visas are lawful, but breach duty to safeguard children – says UK Supreme Court
We write about all sorts of things to do with Law. Big Law, Small law. Case law. Statute law. Judicial lore. The professions and the legal academy. Not movers and shakers. Just looking. That's why we call it views from the wainscot.
Getting hurt in far away places
Tell me Sweet little Lies
Faites vos jeux, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail
Law (Reform) in Action
Carlile on State Security and Bed Linen
Better Call Saul
The past is never dead. It’s not even past.
Author: Michael Williamson, solicitor
Author: Louise Restell
Freelance scourge of lawyers everywhere, trying to get them to take their customers seriously.
In praise of QualitySolicitors
“Charlie Hebdo and the culture of offence” from Lawyers’ Secular Society
Please St Albans cafes, stop serving up boobs with your beverages
A friend in need
The secret of happiness
Justice is worth more than money
Rogue bosses get the green light
Valuable research, or statement of the bleeding obvious?
Author: A TV viewing reader who does law stuff.
Stuff about stuff.
The Modern Sisyphus
a meditative reflection on the state of contemporary domestic politics
Why I am responsible for that bloke everyone is talking about
Welcome our new guest film reviewer
Paul Nuttall MEP – statement
Love and luck
Author: A barrister in London
New Faces in the Court of Appeal
BREXIT, WHAT BREXIT?
New Chief Coroner
High Court hellos and good byes
We cannot leave the EU - SIGN THIS PETITION (PLEASE) NOW!
Trouble in the Colonies...yes really, in 2016...
Publisher: Quality Solicitors
Author: Claire Rodway, Kysen PR
A troublemaker. Law, politics, culture and irony.
Twentieth Letter to the Lord Chancellor,
Nineteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Eighteenth letter to the Lord Chancellor
Seventeenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Sixteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Fifteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Fourteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor
Thirteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor