Law

It’s double standards that the killing of white schoolboy Richard Everitt achieved none of the notoriety of Stephen Lawrence’s death

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

Is it time to release democracy from quarantine and resuscitate the rule of law?

Withdrawing British judges from Hong Kong risks playing into Chinese hands

We must not empower an international body to meddle in matters which should be left to our own lawmakers

The ‘temporary’ threat to trial by jury

The intolerance of the professional class means a supreme court judge must now live in infamy

Reducing jury trials would reduce the legal backlog, but at what cost?

John Bowers reviews “Enemies of the People?” by Joshua Rozenberg

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