Lessons to be learnt

How has Lawrence v Fen Tigers Ltd been treated at first instance, asks Andrew...

​Taking the hit

Does lack of clarity in the legal aid scheme prevent access to justice, asks...

A message for Mr Gove

Fighting cuts is not enough. Geoffrey Bindman QC sets a challenge for the new...

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Michael Zander QC
Emeritus professor

So scrapping the Human Rights Act is not after all to be the...

Geoffrey Bindman QC
NLJ columnist

The report by a Justice working party, “Delivering Justice in...
Members of the armed forces should have recourse to the courts, argues Richard Scorer
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Ground stability issues aren’t something the average homeowner considers when putting in an offer on their new home. It is more likely that thoughts will turn to BBQs on the lawn while the sun is shining, rather than focusing on what lies beneath the property.
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by Dan Bunting Yesterday, 27 May 2015, on the same morning as it was announced the Human Rights Act repeal process was being postponed, the Queen opened Parliament with a speech detailing the new...
The cases R (on the application of JK) v Registrar General for England and Wales [2015] EWHC 990 (Admin), [2015] All ER (D) 128 (Apr) Carpenter v Secretary of State for Justice [2015] EWHC 464 (Admin...