Tag: Criminal law
Machine-learnt bias? Algorithmic decision making and access to criminal justice
The pressure on our criminal justice system is mounting -- but is algorithmic decision making the way forward? Queen Mary law grad Marina Wojcik addresses some of the concerns
How to get a first in your law degree
Solicitor turned professor Nick Ross shares his secrets to forming good study habits
The Caroline Flack case analysed by a criminal barrister
What to expect from one of the biggest celebrity cases of 2020
First-year law student Kim Kardashian says she would love to launch law firm staffed by former inmates
Reality star sets eyes on criminal law specialism
Extension of police stop and search powers — radical or rhetoric?
It will further damage relations between communities and the police, argues Anonymous Rookie
‘Sex is fun, and I can get paid for it’, says criminal lawyer who side hustles as prostitute
Married mother Katherine Sears claims to have once made £44,500 in just three weeks
Law student reported rapist to police after criminal and evidence lectures triggered memories of ordeal
Jay Graham admitted two charges of rape and a charge of sexual assault
The Secret Barrister reveals pain at not being able to publicly celebrate success
Anonymous author wishes they could lap up glory in person
Warwick student rape chat scandal: Should they be prosecuted?
Nottingham law grad Fraser Collingham considers how the law balances free speech and offensive social media messages
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
From rape law to war crimes: The hardest part of ‘hard subjects’ is teaching them
Academics and students grapple with trigger warnings and ‘cold calling’
The Secret Barrister: A year of rubbish media reports and the public is dangerously disconnected from criminal law
The public should be outraged by the justice system -- but not for the reasons they think
Major criminal syllabus shake-up as Ghosh test is overruled
Time to amend your notes
Are we about to see more prosecutions for genocide?
This law has undergone a growth spurt in recent history
Solicitor who ‘cracked under the strain’ of work and tried to kill his wife has NOT been banned from profession
‘Realistic prospect’ attempted murderer could ‘return to practice eventually’