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Lorand Bartels provides evidence to Parliamentary Joint...

Authorities & Faculties / 27th Jan, 2019

The Faculty’s Dr Lorand Bartels was invited to give evidence before the Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Human Rights on Wednesday 23 January.

Dr Bartels gave evidence alongside Sam Fowles (Barrister at Cornerstone Barristers) and James Harrison (Associate Professor at University of Warwick), on the topic of hu

CLC Consults on new Customer Charter

Authorities & Faculties / 27th Jan, 2019

The Council for Licensed Conveyancers has today (23 January) announced a consultation on a new Customer Charter.

The Charter is designed to replace a pre-existing Client Charter and has been developed in light of the recent transparency requirements introduced in December 2018.

The document aims to summarise for consumers what t…

CIArb Guidelines on Witness Conferencing

Authorities & Faculties / 21st Jan, 2019

The Singapore Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (“CIArb”) invites arbitrators, private practitioners, in-house counsel, expert witnesses and other users of international arbitration to provide comments, corrections and other feedback on draft Guidelines for Witness Conferencing in International Ar

Knights reinforces leading position in Leicester

Legal & Law Firm / 21st Jan, 2019

Knights, one of the UK’s fastest growing regional legal and professional services businesses, today announces that it has acquired the entire issued share capital of Cummins Solicitors Limited, the employment specialist law firm based in Leicester, from founder Michael Cummins.

Acquisition rationale and background

As outl…

Insurance Executive Joins Slater and Gordon to Head...

Legal & Law Firm / 19th Jan, 2019

Law firm Slater and Gordon has appointed a leading insurance industry executive to head up expansion of its consumer legal services division.

Angus Eaton becomes Slater and Gordon’s new Managing Director of Consumer Legal Services – which includes employment, residential conveyancing and family law departments. He wi…

Revised UK childhood good character test should be...

Legal & Law Firm / 18th Jan, 2019

Campaigners say the government’s revised guidance on how the good character test is applied to children does not go far enough and still does not protect the rights of young people who have grown up in the UK and wish to naturalise.

Good character requirement

The good character requirement applies to children aged 10 and over, as thi…

Queen’s Counsel 2019 Announcements

Authorities & Faculties / 17th Jan, 2019

In addition to Professor Richard Fentiman’s appointment as a QC Honoris Causa , the Faculty also warmly welcomes the appointment of a large number of Cambridge graduates as Queen’s Counsel . The Lord Chancellor will preside over the appointment ceremony, where the rank will formally be bestowed upon successful appli

Legal Services Board publishes its 2019 regulatory...

Authorities & Faculties / 17th Jan, 2019

The Legal Services Board publishes transitional assessments of the regulators performance against its revised regulatory performance framework.

The Legal Services Board (LSB) publishes today its first assessment of the performance of the legal services regulatory bodies following the introduction of the new performan…

Ince & Co promotes four maritime and energy...

Legal & Law Firm / 12th Jan, 2019

International law firm Ince & Co announces today that it has promoted maritime specialists Jonas Adolfsson and Antonia Jackson, and energy experts Phillippa Hook and Anna Macdonald to the partnership in London, effective from 1 December 2018.

Jonas is primarily a dispute resolution lawyer focused on shipping. His p…

Brexit and UK legislation – public procurement and...

Legal & Law Firm / 11th Jan, 2019

Itohan Odekunle highlights the impact Brexit is having on the UK statute book with a particular focus on public procurement and e-commerce.

One inevitable consequence of Brexit (whatever form it takes) is the sheer volume of legislative amendment which it will invariably trigger. For over 50 years, UK law has been largely shaped by …

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