The government consultation on reform of the Gender Recognition Act 2004 recently finished. Kevin Mantle from the Government Equalities Office explains that while there was considerable media coverage about the review, there was also a lot of misinformation about the Act and what the government intends.
Eve Dullabh, Managing Director of the Law Training Centre in Kent, says that although Artificial Intelligence is changing the legal landscape and legal work, true human qualities mean a lawyer can defeat technology - for now, at least.
In February 2018 the Legal Services Board published its latest major survey of the legal needs of small businesses. It was based on 10,579 responses from owners and managers of small businesses. The LSB has since provided further analysis of the results which link to CILEx Regulation's work on transparency of information for consumers.
Justice Week is a new initiative set up by CILEx, the Law Society and the Bar Council and runs between 29 October and 2 November 2018. It aims to boost the profile of justice and the rule of law. One of CILEx Regulation's regulated immigration practitioners explains how swapping their company website for a YouTube channel has improved access to justice for vulnerable clients.
In this article, DataGRC’s lead data privacy and security consultant, Keith Dewey, discusses some of the ongoing hot topics surrounding the General Data Protection Regulation.