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  • Is Sir Tim on the right track?
    Is Sir Tim on the right track?
    Vanessa Barnett and Malcolm Dowden, of Charles Russell LLP, on plans for a digital Bill of Rights
  • 'It has been a privilege'
    'It has been a privilege'
    CILEx CEO Diane Burleigh OBE reflects on her career in the law - and reports on May's Council meeting
  • An impending crisis in the family courts
    An impending crisis in the family courts
    Marc Lopatin on the impact of legal aid cuts on the family courts and mediation without lawyers
  • Student Zone - Criminal damage
    Student Zone - Criminal damage
    Examination focus: Mel Megitt considers the law relating to criminal damage as part of a series of articles aimed at Level 3 CILEx students
  • A paralegal life
    A paralegal life
    CILEx has launched an Enquiry into paralegals, who they are, how many there are, what do they do and how they fit into the legal services market....
  • Uncertain times
    Uncertain times
    Changes in the way clients and their lawyers are using after-the-event insurance are having a significant impact on the market....
  • Carry on conveyancing
    Carry on conveyancing
    The housing market may be showing recovery but conveyancing still has plenty of challenges. Polly Botsford reviews...
  • Advertising conundrums and publicity boundaries
    Advertising conundrums and publicity boundaries
    Tracey Calvert considers the Consumer contracts Regulations 2013
  • Developmentsin domestic violence law
    Developmentsin domestic violence law
    Safda Mahmood with this month's family law update focusing on domestic violence
  • Right to privacy
    Right to privacy
    Jacqui de Silva on the right to be left alone and the protections afforded by the law
  • The House of Lords Reform Act 2014
    The House of Lords Reform Act 2014
    This month Neil Parpworth looks at reform of the second chamber

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Clarity on costs post-Mitchell
23 July 2014 Clarity on costs post-Mitchell The Mitchell ruling had been "misunderstood" and "misapplied" by the courts, the master of the rolls has acknowledged
Is Sir Tim on the right track?
23 July 2014 Is Sir Tim on the right track? Vanessa Barnett and Malcolm Dowden, of Charles Russell LLP, on plans for a digital Bill of Rights


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