Telling porky pies

Michael Zander considers some classic instances of lies told about the Human...

The PII countdown begins (Pt 3)

Professional indemnity insurance: Frank Maher issues a call to action

Pioneering times

Simon Duncan surveys the unusual approaches taken towards swaps mis-selling...


Michael Zander QC
Emeritus professor

The Human Rights Act 1998 came into force in October 2000. A...

Simon Duncan

Some novel approaches have been adopted in the arena of swaps...
Tim Malloch considers the implications of the Hinkley Point C decision
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Mark Tempest provides a refresher course on the tenancy deposit scheme for some light holiday cramming
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How does the decision in DSD and another further our understanding of the police’s duty to investigate? Steven Walmsley, a solicitor at Broudie Jackson Canter, explores the police’s duty in light of...
by Dan Bunting Michael Gove, the new Lord Chancellor and Minister of Justice, is settling in to his post. It has not been an easy start for him – there is an all-out strike by criminal lawyers, more...