Square pegs in round holes

The introduction of LLPs & ABSs has had unforeseen consequences for...

Taking sides

Jonathan Herring questions the family courts’ treatment of wilful children

A thorny issue

Human rights are the talk of the town, says Roger Smith

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