A critical look at UK firearms law and why it’s still lagging behind
Let’s explore the options…
The Supreme Court’s HJ judgment: a case comment
There might be some new cases for next year’s tort law students to learn
Legal Cheek talks Julian Assange and Labour Party legal challenges with one of the country’s top law commentators
A conversation with Carl Gardner
Is this the biggest setback to British equality law in modern history?
The law on drugs and why it’s so, so wrong
Lawyers aren’t trying to stop Brexit, they’re trying maintain our constitutional law
We only sign contracts to avoid mobile phone shop awkwardness
Brexit: UK ratification of the Unified Patent Court Agreement soon seems politically unrealistic, says expert
The Out-Law.com team explain why UK government is unlikely to ratify the agreement in the near future — despite pressure to do so
Lawlessness in sport and its threat to the Olympic Games
The early signs are that activation of Article 50 won’t be blocked — but anything is possible
Will the Negligence and Damages Bill mend years of injustice?
Is this what the UK needs?
Is it the job of politicians, judges, or both?
A brief exploration of the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive
‘Unprecedented political chaos’ in the Labour Party: What is going on and what does this mean in law?
The Jeremy Corbyn leadership challenge through a lawyer’s lens
Rich and poor deserve the same access to housing, so let’s level out the playing field
A closer look at the law on dishonesty in the context of financial crime
Shearman & Sterling trainee Andrea Calla explores how and why the EU digital single market benefits us
Seven weeks and counting…
Religious studies syllabuses get the legal treatment
Crime prevention methods that limit our liberties need to be re-evaluated
Lessons in law from the pages of comic books
The curious case of Zapata v HSBC Holdings Plc: What happens when Mexican drug cartel victims take on the banks
Ruth Keating, runner up of the BARBRI Global Financial Crime Blogging Prize, takes a look at this David and Goliath case
Theodora Christoforou, runner up of the BARBRI Global Financial Crime Blogging Prize, explores the first of its kind case
From Southwark to Washington, Tom Watret explores the future of financial crime — in the winning entry of the BARBRI Global Financial Crime Blogging Prize
Some institutions are acting within the law, but others may not be
The steady convergence of the two systems
The campaign against the joint enterprise doctrine is not over
It may well only exist in the abstract nowadays, and that’s okay
Stop reminding litigants what used to be between their legs
Police brutality is alive and well on the streets of America