Web scraping is something enigmatic in the public’s eye. It’s not entirely surprising – every innovative solution takes some time before it’s understood and accepted.
The Bar Standards Board has today announced that the rate for the minimum pupillage award, which will apply from 1 January 2023, will be £20,703 for
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published its latest annual report and cost transparency metrics. This report covers our activities between April 2021 and March 2022 During this period,
Government legal panels are lacking in diversity, says a new report published by the Bar Council today. The Bar Council – which represents all barristers in
Provisions in the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill (published today) to add a regulatory objective to the Legal Services Act 2007 (LSA) may be
BSB publishes two new research reports on Bar vocational training providers’ equality and diversity policies and practices, and on students’ experiences on Bar training courses
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has published two new research reports, the first looking at Bar training providers’ approaches to equality and diversity and the
On 10 June 2022, the Law Commission published an options paper for the Government on how it can improve the law to ensure that corporations
John Binns, partner in the financial crime team at BCL Solicitors LLP analyses the broad range of law enforcement powers available to tackle suspected money
Computer Evidence: presume nothing, trust no software or data, engage an expert. Costly? Just look at the cost if you don’t.
Challenging the reliability of AI and other complex multi-connected intelligent computer systems will become of fundamental importance as businesses and society move rapidly towards a
Opening up the office doors again to clients’ in this so-called ‘new normal’ may appear to be going against the grain for some. However, as
Special Guardianship is a legal status introduced by the Adoption and Children Act 2002. A Special Guardianship Order fits broadly between a Child Arrangements
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today announced that Kathryn Stone OBE will succeed the Rt Hon the Baroness Blackstone as its new Chair on
The Legal Services Board has published a new statutory statement of policy on ongoing competence, setting out the outcomes that the legal services regulators should meet.
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published two new reports on compliance with the regulator’s transparency rules and the impact on consumers of these