Columnist

  • Joshua rozenberg
    Opinion

    A bad omen for Brexit

    4 December 2017

    Lord Judge warns that the new sanctions bill will confer ‘extravagant’ powers on ministers. Parliament must assert its authority.

  • David greene
    Opinion

    Civil justice – a rocky road

    4 December 2017

    Dispute resolution has been in a state of flux for two decades. We must approach further reform with caution.

  • Joshua Rozenberg
    Opinion

    Spying in bulk

    20 November 2017

    A case that could reset the balance between security and personal privacy was heard in Strasbourg this month.

  • Joshua Rozenberg
    Opinion

    Courts are failing children

    6 November 2017

    Sir James Munby is using his final months as family court president to urge radical reform of justice for under-18s.

  • Joshua Rozenberg
    Opinion

    All in the family

    4 September 2017

    Two major family cases in Lady Hale’s in-tray may form her legacy as president of the Supreme Court.

  • Joshua rozenberg
    Opinion

    Will Liz Truss be shuffled?

    24 April 2017

    Under fire from the most senior judge, it is hard to see how the lord chancellor can survive.

  • Joshua Rozenberg
    Opinion

    Transfer window

    3 April 2017

    Brexit should shift power from Brussels to Westminster – not Whitehall

  • Joshua Rozenberg
    Opinion

    Beefing up the bench

    20 March 2017

    Intellect trumps all – standards must not fall as the judiciary addresses its recruitment ‘crisis’.

  • Joshua Rozenberg
    Opinion

    Virtual realities

    6 March 2017

    Our new digital court will probably increase the number of people who need unbundled legal advice.

  • Joshua Rozenberg
    Opinion

    Ruling Supreme

    6 February 2017

    Our highest court has shown its magisterial mettle, but open questions remain on withdrawal from the EU.