18 April 2016
The Angela Wrightson case has highlighted the ways in which social media can taint a trial.
11 April 2016
We need to reset the debate on the future of solicitor education.
4 April 2016
Two recent cases have tested the principle of diplomatic immunity.
21 March 2016
The digital court revolution has begun, but what will it mean for lawyers and litigants?
14 March 2016
Jeremy Wright’s speech on the role of the attorney general achieved the advocate’s nightmare.
7 March 2016
A large number of jobs are soon to become vacant in the senior judiciary. So who’s in the running?
15 February 2016
Government proposals to reform human rights are a solution without a problem.
8 February 2016
Briggs LJ needs to dig out his passport and investigate how overseas pioneers are reforming the civil courts.
1 February 2016
Alexander Litvinenko’s widow may find that winning a judgment against Russia is easier than enforcing one.
25 January 2016
Invoking a hitherto unused rule of law mechanism was a brave step by the European Commission.
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