Sir Geoffrey Vos will take over as Master of the Rolls next year, it was announced on Friday, with a new Senior President of Tribunals and eight new Court of Appeal judges also named.
Former justice minister Lord Faulks QC is to lead an independent panel of experts examining if there is a need to reform the judicial review process.
A solicitor who kept quiet about a court order for costs made against her client for six months, resulting in a charging order being imposed on his property, has been struck off.
Six leading commercial sets have joined forces to launch a mentoring scheme aimed at people from groups which are underrepresented at the commercial Bar.
A High Court judge has condemned a “cavalier approach” to an application to vary a freezing order, which would have allowed a man accused of defrauding a company to sell assets to pay his lawyers.
The number of personal injury claims registered with the Compensation Recovery Unit fell over the last year to the lowest point in a decade, newly published figures have shown.
Slater & Gordon has signed a deal with ExamWorks UK to handle both its medical reporting and rehabilitation needs that will see the closure of its rehabilitation business, Overland Health.
The group whose bid to access a bundle from litigation involving an asbestos manufacturer led to a Supreme Court ruling on open justice has failed in its application for the documents.