Secret, haphazard pseudo-laws are not the way to treat the coronavirus
A libel claim to be considered this week not only threatens the claimant’s reputation, but also the precedent of the public interest test
The judges rule because the politicians won’t
Courtroom memoirs reveal fascinating details of high-profile cases, waspish views of politicians, as well as a QC who solved a notorious murder
Is Jonathan Sumption the man to judge the judges?
Is Suella Braverman up to the job?
The principles behind Harry Miller are for politicians to determine, not judges or the police
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