Law in Practice

Business as usual?

Sophie Nappert analyses how international arbitration in London will fare post-Brexit Unless and until the UK formally leaves the EU, the Brexit vote – which has political... read more

Fixing the vicious cycle

Rawdon Crozier considers what legislators and policy makers could learn from British cycling Politicians tend to favour big ideas, whether it’s a new piece of legislation... read more

Drones: flightpath to the future?

Joseph Dalby and Ruhi Sethi examine the many legal issues that may flow from increased drone use Drones are rapidly being seen as a feature of the near future, because of... read more

Brexit: The Article 50 ‘trigger’

  Nick Barber, Tom Hickman and Jeff King argue that Parliament has an indispensable role in triggering withdrawal from the European Union As a matter of domestic... read more

Brexit: A new relationship

Evanna Fruithof, Alexandria Carr and Gordon Nardell QC set out possible models for the UK’s relationship with the EU post-Brexit Following the vote to leave on 23 June, the... read more

Hostile environment

As the nation grapples with the impact of Brexit on migration, Ronan Toal briefs readers on the major revisions already introduced by the Immigration Act 2016 Back in 2002... read more

Is London still ahead of the game?

Khawar Qureshi QC provides an overview of recent trends and issues relating to the arbitral process Arbitration as a means of dispute resolution has been utilised for more... read more


Recent news analysis of the Panama Papers, and high-profile-personality stakes in offshore funds, have turned up the heat in the tax avoid v evade debate. Kevin Prosser QC sheds light on... read more

The digital drive

Catherine Baksi considers whether lawyers, judges, courts and clients are ready for a digital revolution, the drivers for change, and impact on access to justice Bulging... read more