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Buckinghamshire sees off consultation challenge | Feature

Buckinghamshire sees off consultation challenge | Feature

Judges are not local authorities. Nor indeed (other than being courts or tribunals) are they any other type of executive public body responsible for performing specified functions. So, on judicial review, courts cannot make substantive authority decisions (that is, take ...

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All things equal

All things equal

Is the law just the law, or are there bold ways a court can deliver judgments in support of equality? Eduardo Reyes revisits 2010’s feminist judgments project to find out what happened next Source link

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How no-deal will affect UK courts | Feature

How no-deal will affect UK courts | Feature

In recent years UK courts have continued to be the preferred forum for international disputes. About 75% of parties are from abroad. But how would a no-deal Brexit affect dispute resolution in England and Wales?  Last September the UK government ...

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Forgotten activists for law reform | Feature

Forgotten activists for law reform | Feature

Before the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, women protesting the harsh effects of law did so as outsiders to law-making processes. Women’s entry to the legal profession was an important turning point, as women lawyers could use this new access ...

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How to go public | Feature

How to go public | Feature

On 15 March this year, DWF became the first and only law firm to be listed on the London Stock Exchange’s prestigious main market. The low down When DWF listed on London’s main market on 15 March, it achieved a ...

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Failing the test | Feature

Failing the test | Feature

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) conducted a pilot of the first element of its intended new qualifying exam, the Solicitors Qualifying Examination, or SQE 1, earlier this year. It has now published reports on the performance of the pilot by ...

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