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  • The legal obligation
    The legal obligation
    Neil Parpworth looks a recent case law about the duty of public bodies to consult fairly
  • '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
  • 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it'
    'If it ain't broke, don't fix it'
    Why does the government want to privatise a national treasure? Kirsty Baigent asks
  • Justice at a price
    Justice at a price
    Grania Langdon Down talks to litigators about concerns about litigation funding in the post-Jackson world ...
  • Changes ahead in PII
    Changes ahead in PII
    After a tumultuous season last year, this year's renewal process is set to be more benign Polly Botsford assesses the market and the experience of firms
  • The science of compliance
    The science of compliance
    Polly Botsford assesses how a new generation of compliance officers are fulfilling the new roles and whether concerns are well-founded
  • 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
  • Self defence and insane delusions
    Self defence and insane delusions
    Jacqui de Silva considers the difficulties encountered when a defendant, suffering from mental illness, raises the defence of self-defence

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