Results tagged “law”
COMMENTRose Walker of Grant Saw Solicitors
New rules on what happens when someone dies without making a will are expected to come into force on October 1, 2014.
COMMENTby Jacqueline McGuigan
The legal system looks set to embark on a heavyweight contest between the justice system and the government.
On May 1, Judge Leonard QC sitting at Southwark Crown Court terminated a complex fraud trial because the defendants did not have advocates to represent them.
COMMENTBy Giles Broadbent
These are curious times.
If we were in a Shakespeare play, the Sudden Storm of Saturday and the current Opposition Of Jove would signal a cataclysmic disruption.
A graduate of the University of East London who went on to represent the family of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence during the prosecution, inquest and public inquiry into his murder has officially re-launched the establishment's Law Clinic.
The facility, which now takes its place in University Square Stratford, was unveiled by human rights lawyer Imran Khan and Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales, on Friday.
A law firm is creating a forum for Canary Wharf's human resources workers.
Employment law specialists Doyle Clayton have set up the HR hub and will host its first free meeting at lunchtime on Thursday, May 26 at its offices in the Citigroup building at 25 Canada Square.