UK judges will be open to accusations of being 'unpatriotic' when they follow European law post-Brexit, according to UK's ECJ judge.
Following ECJ ruling, Poland is taking steps to reinstate the 27 Supreme Court judges forced to retire under controversial judicial reforms.
Gig workers face human rights legal challenge over workers' rights.
Peart Commission Report gives 30 recommendations to improve access, innovation and streamline solicitor education.
Linklaters is piloting a new development programme to support talented black, asian and minority ethnic staff.
State Duma has adopted the third and final reading of a bill reforming procedural legislation.
UK top lawyers and accountants in music industry revealed in first ever legal and accountancy 50 list.
The Crowe's Law Firm Benchmarking Survey 2018 reveals that almost 70 per cent of law firms have increased headcount whilst two thirds saw an increase in profit per equity partner (PEP)
EU court rules taste cannot be copyrighted in setback for food industry in Dutch witches' cheese case.
Full service London law firm has elected a tax specialist as the first woman to take on the leadership role.