New Guardian law section

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By Legal Futures

18 May 2010


I would like to point readers towards the new law section of the Guardian’s website, which launched last week, not least because I have a weekly column that will usually be published on Tuesdays. See www.guardian.co.uk/law; for my articles in particular, see www.guardian.co.uk/profile/neil-rose.

Also, last week I had an article on professional indemnity insurance published in the law section of The Times. Click here.

Neil Rose, Editor, Legal Futures



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