Law

Olivia Hartley and Julie Bindel discuss how the LGBT charity is putting women last

The Public First case is the first in which the application of the apparent bias doctrine to procurement is brought to the fore

Sarah Phillimore summarises the events from the first day of the Bell v Tavistock appeal

We need to think twice before saying chambers can’t take on a barrister due to private opinions previously expressed, says Andrew Tettenborn

Commentators who have spent the last 20 years undermining key principles of democracy are crawling out from the woodwork to protect the right to protest

Reform of judicial review is a solution without a problem

Paul du Quenoy argues that Democrats are unlikely to achieve their dream of removing their most dangerous rival from contention in 2024

The UK Government is keen to ensure legalisation of same-sex marriage throughout its dominions, but exercising its colonial authority is not the most prudent tactic

Christopher Silvester explains how English history could have an important part to play in Trump’s impeachment

Policing the spirit of the law