The story of Margaret Campbell’s divorce, as seen on TV
The Government’s new consultation programme offers hope for a long overdue reform of the Human Rights Act
Our elected representatives may finally wrest power back from the lawyers
Why has a much-needed review into coroner’s services been shelved?
Campaigners are using the courts to challenge states and utilities on greenhouse gases
The ‘temporary’ threat to trial by jury
Reducing jury trials would reduce the legal backlog, but at what cost?