Give something back by volunteering, Sir Robert Francis urges NHS patients
“We work hard, we get better, we want to help those who want to excel, we want to lead by example and we want to teach: we want to raise the Bar”. At a time of change and challenge for the profession, these opening words from Andrew Langdon QC at the 2017 Annual Bar and Young Bar Conference encapsulate the need for the profession to adapt, innovate and improve.
The question is how to steer a set through this process.
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Restriction on the liberty of children who lack capacity: which court is best?
Michael Mylonas QC and Louisa Ghevaert consider the ground breaking decision in Y v A Healthcare NHS Trust and others  EWCOP 18.
The Times coverage of the First 100 Years First Women of the Supreme Court in Conversation event, co-sponsored with Clyde & Co, Gray’s Inn, Obelisk Legal Support Solutions Limited, LexisNexis and Mishcon de Reya.
Read Nageena’s article ‘To reflect or not to reflect – Reflective practice in medicine’.
Nageena Khalique QC, author of Need-to-Know Legal Nuggets, writes about interesting developments in her area of practice or wider current issues.
Read Nageena’s article about cases involving freedom of expression and religious beliefs, Islamic customs and practices, and the issues of Sharia law.
Catherine Calder, Joint Chief Executive, comments for HR Magazine.
Sarah Clarke QC acts for the Dubai Financial Services Authority in ground breaking enforcement case against Al Ramz Capital LLC and its former Head of IT – Najim Al Attar for serious failures to provide complete and accurate information relevant to a DFSA investigation which commenced in 2014.