Tag: Legal affairs
The rise and rise of Islamic finance law
What is Islamic finance? And why is it so great?
Lawyers stir up animal pic Twitter storm against UN’s polarising Assange ruling
The Defamation Act 2013: What is it and has it worked?
Nods to free speech, but has a detrimental impact on businesses
Michael Gove is lampooned as he gives evidence about impact of proposed British Bill of Rights
He looked like a nervous first year giving a presentation in a public law tutorial
To veil or not to veil?
Lord Neuberger says veils in criminal trials should be banned. Is he right?
Introducing the Legal Cheek Journal
Now it's your turn to write
Policing the police — when does discretion become dangerous?
Excessive discretion runs counter to criminal justice goals
Court of Appeal awaits as High Court blocks straight couple civil partnerships
Lawyers take to Twitter to vent their frustration
Lawyers form united front against Supreme Court double-murderer decision backlash
Legal profession flexes its muscles, at the expense of freedom of speech
We spoke to a top barrister about the effect of spiralling court fees on frontline legal practice
Hardwicke's Jasmine Murphy tells Katie King about behind-the-scenes attempts to keep the cases flowing
Court fees row reveals huge rift between government and judiciary
It’s the worst it’s ever been
Psychoactive Substances Bill could become the worst piece of law in Britain
The notoriously awful Dangerous Dogs Act may soon have a rival
Man banned for life from going within four metres of a bike rack in legal first
Criminal Behaviour Orders inject scope for creativity in judges' sentencing
Durham student rape acquittal sparks talk of criminal law reform
Should we bring back anonymity for accused rapists?
Chelsea employ clever legal tactics in Eva Carneiro constructive dismissal case
Club's failure to file defence is a shrewd move
‘Stop and search’ survives human rights challenge following row on a London bus
Supreme Court backs existing criminal law
Donald Trump loses on all of his points at the UK Supreme Court
It wasn’t even close
PM takes on the House of Lords in bid to reshape constitutional law
David Cameron vs the upper house
Could Obama’s small step for space law be a giant leap for wannabe space solicitors?
Asteroid mining is now legal, potentially opening up a new work stream for corporate lawyers
Beyoncé shakes up evidence and family law syllabuses
Lady Hale wants children to have a greater voice in court