The changing of the guard

Michael L Nash wonders if Prince Charles’s accession will usher in a new style...

Relocation, relocation...

Kim Beatson provides a round-up of leave to remove cases

Rule the world

What lies ahead for the rule of law & international development, ask Dr...

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Simon Blain
Senior associate

The Court of Appeal has expressed concern about the unforeseen...

Lawrence McNamara
Research fellow

Is securing the rule of law a goal worthy of pursuit by the...
Tracey Stretton highlights the power of electronic evidence
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Bayo Randle outlines issue estoppel in jurisdiction disputes
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by David Cook Under Section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), it will soon be a criminal offence for an employer or other third party to require a data subject to supply records obtained...
by John Scott QC This has been a busy time for those with an interest in penal reform. As crime rates drop, mass-incarcerators like the USA (and some much closer to home) are trying to work out how...