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- Litigants in person, never mind the quality – it’s length that counts
- Tiger, Plant, Freshfields and the Short Sellers
- Guest Post: Future Bar Training? A Soft and Uncertain Launch
- LNATs and aptitude tests: what's good got to do with it?
- Employment Tribunals: Weighted Against Employers?
- Excalibur raises serious professional conduct concerns for Clifford Chance
- Should the Profession abandon its search for the G-spot? Aptitude Tests (Again)
- Cab Rank Rule: A Badge of Convenience?
Category Archives: Referral Fees
Richard Zorza’s an excellent and prolific blogger on access to justice in the US. He has highlighted an issue around settlement mills in personal injury cases. We’d call them factories. He’s drawing on a paper by Nora Engstrom. Interestingly, there … Continue reading
Compensation culture has been a frequently studied concept on this blog. As even Lord Young has been forced to admit, the concept is a pretty flakey one. He walked the compensation culture not real, fear of compensation culture real line. … Continue reading
One of the interesting subplots of the referral fee ban is the professional politics of it. The position of the Law Society is particularly interesting. They are vigorously supporting a ban but I doubt whether they are really speaking for … Continue reading