Here is a round up of some of the prominent topics at the present time. In no particular order ....
The future of the civil courts - see the Interim Report by Lord Justice Briggs and also his final report. The Martin Partington blog has taken a look at it.
Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual abuse - the appointment of a non-lawyer as the inquiry chairman (previous post) has attracted some comment - see Rightsinfo and also Barrister blogger.
President of the Family Division Viewpoint - see the 14th View from the President's Chambers
and see Family Drug and Alcohol Court (FDAC) and PAUSE. Lancaster University - Family Court recycles one in three young mums.
Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) - this "mess" rumbles along and the government is urged to find a solution - see Solicitors Journal
Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation - the search is on for a new Reviewer
Administrative Court and Judicial Review - take a look at the latest material
Brexit - Professor A C Grayling's view that Parliament has a duty to keep us in the EU.
Case management - here is a newsletter - the author has calculated that the Shard (at 307 metres) is high enough to be a stack of 3.07 million sheets of paper and that the justice system could get rid of 2.7 shards per month!
Solicitor Phil Shiner of Public Interest Lawyers - this Guardian article will be of interest