A libel claim to be considered this week not only threatens the claimant’s reputation, but also the precedent of the public interest test
Courtroom memoirs reveal fascinating details of high-profile cases, waspish views of politicians, as well as a QC who solved a notorious murder
Is Suella Braverman up to the job?
If the ICC had brought more warlords to justice, it might have earned our respect
The way forward is clear: we need another Constitutional Reform Act, writes Joshua Rozenberg
Soon, technology will mean the judge and the parties in a legal action can file claims and evidence online
Watching Lord Pannick QC addressing 11 justices of the Supreme Court is like watching one of the great maestros conducting a symphony orchestra