Advocates’ core courtroom skills on the decline, judges warn
Reduced levels of pay blamed for lower morale and standards, finds report
How mobile phones are helping forensic scientists catch murderers
Digital forensics is a growing area, but don’t be fooled into thinking it’s infallible
Top tax QC sparks Twitter spat with criminal barristers, academics and more after writing controversial article about rape trials
Jo Maugham QC holds his ground despite social media flak for use of stats, ‘non-expert’ opinion and apparent decision to ‘block’ barrister
Review: Classic courtroom drama played out on stage – it will make you want to become a criminal lawyer
But Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution grandeur is a world away from the realities of the criminal justice system
Black Lives Matter: How to fix a failing criminal justice system?
A broken bridge to equality
Survey: How should law academics teach rape, war crimes and other ‘hard subjects’?
Value of trigger warnings and ‘cold calling’ under spotlight