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
Copyright law is struggling to keep pace with technology. Mayer Brown associate Jonathan Dack looks at what this means for vloggers as the #WTFU debate gathers pace
France is leading the way in the secularisation of the state, but will Britain follow its lead?
Vapers hold their breath as EU finalises onslaught on e-cigarette industry
When can a third party claim against company members directly?
Both offer something different, but there’s still a long way to go in the fight for racial harmony
Joshua Rozenberg: Delayed legal highs law will be a fruitful ground for litigation — when it’s finally implemented
Poppers are probably exempt from the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016, but no one is quite sure about jalapeño peppers
The factually guilty routinely ‘let off on a technicality’, while the factually innocent stay in prison
Political power should be earned
The introduction of the loss of control defence is a step backwards for the criminal law
Who regulates robots?
Legal Cheek Journal competition opens — with free return flight to New York for the winner
An introduction to the little known world of sports law
When can duties be contracted out?
Judges need to stop being so vanilla — and stop meddling in our sex lives
Julian Assange, you’re not being ‘arbitrarily detained’: step forward and stop evading the rule of law
The United Nations couldn’t have got this any more wrong if it’d tried
Conviction rates are depressingly low
The background to this week’s human rights showdown explained
Supreme Court ruling could lead to an influx of immigration
There’s no excuse, now is the time to fight for legislative reform
The current law can’t cope with the social media phenomenon
Co-habiting couples are on the up, and they need property rights too
Taking a vehicle and killing someone with it is no longer enough to be convicted of aggravated vehicle taking
What is Islamic finance? And why is it so great?
Nods to free speech, but has a detrimental impact on businesses
Now it’s your turn to write
Excessive discretion runs counter to criminal justice goals