Law students seminar bingo card goes viral
‘Habeas Corpus‘ ✅
Legal experts highlight need for reform as Queen’s ‘anti-democratic’ vetting powers come to light
Over 1,000 laws needed Her Majesty’s consent as result of archaic constitutional rule
Pop star Halsey reveals she’s studying law
Singer plans to sit California bar exam
Gina Miller on her love for Lord Sumption, signing law student autographs and why she only sleeps four hours a night
Legal Cheek interviews the woman who made constitutional law sexy
Liz Truss may not get as much stick if she were a man, suggests QC
Constitutional law debate also includes discussion about Supreme Court justice’s bathing suit…
Top lawyers clash over whether we should have a written constitution
Is now the UK’s ‘constitutional moment’?
Soon-to-be Aberdeen LLM student writes to the Prime Minister to tell her why Article 50 notification is illegal
He thinks Brexit should be ‘terminated’, at least until the UK and EU courts consider his letter
The Supreme Court’s Brexit ruling is not the victory Gina Miller thinks it is
It just shows the constitution needs an overhaul, badly
Brexit: High Court REFUSES to hear single market challenge
Article 127 is not the new Article 50 after all
Brexit’s Great Repeal Bill is a never-attempted ‘massive problem’: is Oxbridge prof stating the obvious to Lords’ committee?
There was also a lot of talk about Henry VIII clauses and Acquis Communautaire
We spoke to Baroness Helena Kennedy QC about Brexit
She chairs the House of Lords’ EU Justice committee, and she thinks we’re living through “an ugly period”
Happy birthday to the Legal Cheek Journal!
As it celebrates turning one, we count down the ten best contributions to our legal affairs hub
Gina Miller warned she’ll be the ‘next Jo Cox’ as she admits she doesn’t use public transport and has panic buttons in her home
Reveals concerns about safety in same week parliament will debate Article 50 bill
The story of the Brexit legal challenge, by somebody who went to every hearing
Gina Miller’s case was the biggest in recent history. I was one of the few journalists there from beginning to end
Richard Susskind champions ‘entirely new’ lawmaking process, then tells Lords ‘I’m not as radical as you might think’
The legislature is not broken but could be a lot better
Are we about to see the end of the magistrates’ court?
New reform plans may plunge the magistracy into an existential crisis
Dates for your diary: The big legal affairs stories to look out for in 2017
Commercial awareness gold right here
The bookies’ odds: Will the Supreme Court overturn the High Court’s Brexit ruling?
And why things might go the other way…
Article 50 challenge: An autopsy of the Supreme Court livestream
What did we learn, who stole the show, and who is going to win
Barrister’s satirical Supreme Court commentary has twitterati in stitches
Even Dara Ó Briain was loving it