Michael Reason discusses the importance of tradition in the rule of law and how physical buildings support that tradition.
Christopher Stirling writes for the Private Client Adviser on how to secure a share in a property held under one name
Christine Cooper writes for the Private Client Advisor on care fees
Hilton Harrop-Griffiths and pupil barrister Eirwen Pierrot write for Local Government Lawyer
Hilton Harrop-Griffiths writes for Private Client Adviser
Bill Bowring writes for Who’s Who Legal exploring the nature of corporate responsibility in Russia and the country’s status in the global economic order.
Francis Wilkinson writes for Family Law Week asking whether an application to set aside is permissible where there has been a change of circumstances which undermines the basis of a consent order
Christine Cooper writes for The Times on the impact a recent Supreme Court decision is likely to have on the apparent freedom a person has to do what they like in their own home. (Subscription required)