- Some thoughts on how lawyers are responding to the UN Guiding Principles on Human Rights
- Does experiential learning in law school improve employability?
- Conspiracies around a Sun trial point finger at senior judge(s)?
- In-house media lawyer heading for the spotlight?
- Grabiner is both right and wrong to resist the money question
Category Archives: Innovation
Ben “Bad Science” Goldacre has just blogged on the importance of randomised controlled trials in the development of policy and has co-authored a Cabinet Office paper which looks well worth a read. He has also written on paucity of RCTs … Continue reading
The SRA have produced a very thoughtful paper on the LSB’s approach to regulation. It advocates a halt to the proliferation of overlapping responsibilities of regulators and the reservation of all legal services, rather than the patchwork of reserved activities … Continue reading