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February’s meeting of the Law Society Council was held at the Law Society Hall on Chancery Lane. This was the first on home turf for over a year as the chamber roof had been under repair.
Colin Campbell discusses the lesson to be learned from Budana v The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust  6 costs LR 113.
Group action pioneer and Gazette Legal Personality of the Year David Greene has spent his career battling the establishment, hears.
Much of today’s genuine innovation involves re-engineering processes to create something new.
Katrina Robinson MBE, head of legal services, Optivo, London
The disclosure of relevant documents during the litigation process has been a longstanding and distinctive feature of English civil procedure. However, standard disclosure under the Civil Procedure Rules does not give rise to ‘perfect justice’.
Accountancy’s billion-dollar quartet and smaller networks are intent on grabbing a bigger slice of legal services. How much of a threat do they pose? Lawrie Holmes reports
The ‘tripadvisorisation’ of the legal profession raises important regulatory considerations.