Making laws that work
Could the Home Office be sued for libel?
Scottish gender recognition: who decides?
Out of the blue
New silks today
Will Boris Johnson get a fair hearing?
When will Rwanda flights take off?
Raab acted unlawfully, judge rules
Rwanda judgments today
Senior judge to investigate SAS killings
Raab suggests leaving ECHR
Russia must pay the price
Raab to defend his bill
Opening up the Parole Board
What the Sacoolas case taught us
Sacoolas sentencing today
Grieve for the rule of law
Sacoolas will not attend court
Home secretary undermines conventions
Call me ‘Judge’
Rights bill to be served up ‘shortly’
Secret justice needs more cash
BSB under fire again
The same footing?
Death no bar to Mastercard claim
Voter ID: trouble ahead?
Owen Paterson: ‘I had no choice’
Another unpredictable week ahead
Burnett to stand down
Bar leader says complaints handling was ‘inexcusable’
King Charles visits Gray’s Inn
Why Scotland can’t vote on independence
Indyref2 ruling today
Bar regulator apologises to leading lawyer
MPs to grill Raab
Braverman’s costly briefing
An uncommon lawyer
Prosperity depends on rule of law
Former judges attack Raab’s bill
Formal complaints against Raab
Vardy v Rooney
Zander at 90
Human rights judge discusses UK reforms
Closed hearing case in open court today
Raab’s bill won’t work
Action on judicial bullying
Constitutional reform can’t wait
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Bill of Rights Bill bounces back?
Did Khan sack Dick?
Avoiding a constitutional catastrophe
Raab swears to support courts
No ruff time for Raab
‘I’d really like it taken down and rewritten’
Mance eviscerates Raab’s bill
Braverman under pressure
What’s the point of Dominic Raab?
Open justice at the Court of Protection?
Bills facing the new PM
Revenge of the constitution
New bill could threaten free speech
Top jobs for top lawyers
Liz Truss: my part in her downfall
Treason doth never prosper
The law of unintended consequences
Fantastic case for reining in judges
The limits of international law
Indyref2: yes or no?
Lewis defends judicial independence
Barristers to vote on suspending strike
Anne Sacoolas in court?
UK wins deportation case
My life in the law
NI legacy bill raises serious concern
Why are judges so reluctant to overturn juries?
A constructive meeting
Avoid litigation like the plague
McCanns lose human rights case
Breach of the peace
Trevalga trustees fight back
A constitutional crossroads
HM courts move on
Judges wrestle with child’s life
Her late Majesty
New solicitor general
Ellis becomes AG
Lewis gets justice
Can Lewis do justice?
What constitutes contempt?
Legal jobs for Lewis and Frazer?
Will Boris have a fair hearing?
Pannick’s advice ‘devastating’ for MPs
Tortoise challenges Tory race
Rwanda hearing next week
Tony Hudgell’s father to stay in prison
Triggering article 16
When does an electronic court close?
My time on the picket line
All-out bar strike next month
Saudi spyware claim goes ahead
A very curious case
New Supremes named
Buckland bouncing back?
Leading lawyer to receive rare honour
A long history of virginity testing
Tony Hudgell’s birth mother to stay in prison
No cuts in tribunal sittings, says MoJ
Unforced errors by Archie’s lawyers
Criminal appeals to be reviewed
Lawyers seek to clip attorney’s wings
Archie’s life support may end today
Last-minute hearing in Archie case
When life means life
Cameras in court today
Playing fast and loose
Cameras in court, at last
Archie’s parents lose appeal
What about human rights?
Harry takes on Home Office
Farewell to a lord chancellor
Ministers thwarted over memorial
Selling court data
SLAPPs may be slapped down
Judges in despair at strikes
Rwanda flights on hold
Rwanda hearing adjourned
Another day in the law
Braverman for PM?
Chalk rubbed out
Sydney was my hero
Lord chancellor must ‘rein in’ colleagues
‘A cure in search of a problem’
UK court to decide UK future
Patel briefs Pannick
Criminal bar on strike
Let them eat cake
Bill of rights?
Top judges get clinical education
Six months if you defy MPs
New injunction against Russia
Conspiracy or cock-up?
Grave and imminent peril
UK says it is not breaking law
The last lord chancellor
New justice minister has lot to learn
Bellamy gets justice
Howe to do justice?
Russia needs lawyers
What are courts for?
Justice for ‘victims’?
Boris: what next?
Beloff, by himself
Sir Ivan clocks up 60 years
Troll farms to be cut down
Braverman overlooks precedent
Stopping cyber attacks
Justice delayed, justice denied
Lawyers face sanctions
EU or NI: which takes priority?
UK can override NI protocol, AG says
A bill of rhetoric
The Queen’s Speech
Parole: who should decide?
Should life mean life?
Abortion: what Alito said
US court to permit abortion bans
Magistrates’ powers doubled
A European criminal court?
Court delays cause injustice
Held in contempt
Promoting legal well-being
Grenfell video: grossly offensive
Find case law
Why Wolfson’s resignation matters
A defence to criminal damage?
Reforming the constitution
Secret Barrister spells it out
Wrong place, right ruling
The cost of sanctions
The unconstitutional committee
Top judge: I decided to leave HK
Whatever happened to Tini Owens?
The art of judgment writing
Can Raab block parole?
How many holes to fill the Albert Hall?
Raab’s reforms under attack
Stacey, Terrence and Denise
Braverman: I too can help Ukraine
When justice miscarries
Never say ‘custody’
Raab pledges intelligence support
What is Raab thinking of?
Where does this war leave the UN?
SLAPPs to be slapped down?
Legal aid gets extra £135m a year
Ministers warn Russian war criminals
Secret judge is secret no more
Russia abandons human rights
Rights consultation delayed
MPs condemn court delays
Make law, not war
Remembering Anthony Lester
Prosecuting a warmonger
MI5 source ‘could kill’
A dangerous extremist and misogynist
When your city is invaded
Judge upholds open justice
Holocaust memorial back in court
How are Raab and Braverman coping?
Is it time for UK judges leave HK?
What’s the use of being sentient?
John Laws Gruff?
Top judge: fund English law
Sales of justice
Bill of rights under fire
Reviewing judicial review
Inns of Court Alliance for Women
Law-making in the Falklands
Andrew: deposition date
Who’ll be the next Welsh justice?
Regulator acted irregularly
Is jury trial at risk?
Gatherings ‘difficult to justify’
Open government at risk
Human Rights Act ain’t broke
Police to investigate parties
Julian Assange: what next?
Free press crushed by lawfare
Bringing abuse into the open
Why Ben John is going to prison
New sentencing powers may overwhelm prisons
Prince Harry may sue HM Government
Sacoolas: discussions continue
New guidance for mercy killings
No comfort for the duke
New supremes for old
Not a piece of cake
Strasbourg slices le gâteau gay
Did Andrew win today?
Is Andrew covered by Giuffre deal?
Is catfishing a crime?