Imagine if you ran a small engineering company and decided to open an account with a bank which you used for several years in ordinary commercial […]
The recent outbreak of serious disorder in Hong Kong has given way to an uneasy calm. Following an ostensibly bizarre decision by local police to withdraw […]
Albania and its troubled Prime Minister, Edi Rama, are used to being the subject of protests. Speaking recently at a conference in London alongside Zoran Zaev, […]
Barristers choose their words carefully when representing their clients in court. And so it proved when Steven Kay QC put his clients’ case in the Commercial […]
‘The rule of law, if preserved, will ensure that Hong Kong continues to attract international business and investment and to hold its own entrepreneurial citizens here. […]
Ask a group of international lawyers which country provides the best justice and most of them will respond with an answer which includes the phrase: well, […]
We are in the unusual position where the President of the United States and the man most likely to be the next Prime Minister of the […]
The law is often criticised for being too slow in reflecting changes that occur in societal attitudes. But the debate over whether it is a catalyst […]
The Rule of Law. Like democracy, the phrase is much used by politicians when they are trying to assume the role of a statesman rather than […]
English criminal law has recently been working overtime. As Extinction Rebellion protests have disrupted everyday life at multiple locations, well over 1000 people have been arrested […]
It is more than ten years since Richard Susskind completed his provocative work, The End of Lawyers? He was right to end the title with a […]
New laws in small countries rarely make big headlines.
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