Is it actually really simple?
Finding the limits of AI’s advancement in the English common law
Don’t trash the e-mails you receive from Facebook
A wrong has been done, the child has suffered, they deserve compensation
“Abused unchecked” report reveals zero convictions in 16 years, but maybe that’s because the law is far too unclear
A service user reflects on her experience
Fingers crossed the Supreme Court will be able to make sense of this human rights quandary
The law of war and why it could be improved
Fletchers trainee Katelyn Williams on the new Criminal Justice and Courts Act
The lose-lose law of conscientious objection
Theresa May and David Cameron are wrong
It’s one of the most important principles in our constitution
Reed Smith trainee Anne-Marie Trachmann on why we should expect great things
Lawyers being replaced by technology, should we be scared?
Fifty years since the act was passed and it’s not clear how far we’ve come
Prostitutes are entitled to a safe workplace
Giving out passports ‘like confetti’: The European children unlawfully granted British citizenship by the Home Office
Government is consulting with lawyers to see if their citizenship can be revoked
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?