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Pro Bono Watch

Jess Campbell explains a landmark Court of Appeal Unit case and the importance of pro bono costs orders; updates on strategic funding opportunities; and shares current cases looking for... read more

Women in the Law UK 2017

The President of the Supreme Court, Rt. read more

Pro Bono Watch

Ch-ch-changes: Jess Campbell reflects on a significant year for the Bar Pro Bono Unit; explains what the £30 initiative means to litigants in person; and sets out how volunteering fits so... read more

O’Brien update (5) – By His Honour John Platt

HH John Platt updates readers on the O’Brien/Miller pension and money claims fallout: all about tax read more

Pro Bono Watch

From fledging clearing house to today’s long-reach service embedded in Bar culture, Jess Campbell reflects on 20 years of pro bono within the profession In 1995, when Peter... read more

A View from Brussels

No single market ‘à la carte’ – Evanna Fruithof reports the mood in Brussels in the aftermath of the Brexit vote A visiting professor of EU law I know (non-UK) used to... read more

Women in the Law Dinner 2016

The Rt Hon Dame Heather Hallett was the keynote speaker at this year’s Women in Law Dinner, which was held at the Midland Hotel, in Manchester in May. read more

Pro Bono Watch

Jess Campbell reports on the joined-up efforts of the pro bono community to meet the mammoth post-LASPO upsurge in litigants in person I am delighted to report that 52% of... read more

Pro Bono Watch

As the Bar Pro Bono Unit marks its 20th anniversary, Jess Campbell explores the journey of a recent case – an apt reminder of what the Unit was set up to do We are now a... read more

O’Brien update (3) – By His Honour John Platt

The past six months has seen a considerable amount of activity to the point where only a few issues of substance still remain unresolved, writes HH John Platt. read more