On Law

The Faulks panel may prove to be a convenient fig leaf to allow government to override the rule of law

A British lawyer is fighting her dismissal in a Kafkaesque post-Brexit judicial quagmire

Even without the Human Rights Act, our judges would have developed a new law on privacy by now

A professional gambler who sued for £7.7 million has unwittingly led the Supreme Court to redefine honesty

The law governing the reporting of family court hearings should be relaxed for the sake of transparency

Far from being enemies of the people, our judges have a fine record in ignoring political considerations when making their rulings

Courtroom memoirs reveal fascinating details of high-profile cases, waspish views of politicians, as well as a QC who solved a notorious murder

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