Secrets and lies: The UK’s troubled regime of freedom of information
Second-year LSE law student Nhan Pham-Thanh explores the chequered history of freedom of information in the UK, currently stalled under Boris Johnson’s government
What is Queen’s consent and why it matters
First-year law student Michal Smigla explores the obscure feature of our constitution and explains why it should be abolished
Part 3: Does the government’s COVID-19 response comply with the rule of law?
Oxford law grad and aspiring barrister Jordan Briggs wades into the Dominic Cummings saga in this final instalment of a three-part mini-series
Part 2: Does the government’s COVID-19 response comply with the rule of law?
Oxford law grad and aspiring barrister Jordan Briggs examines five further criteria in this second instalment of a three-part mini-series
Does the government’s COVID-19 response comply with the rule of law?
Oxford law grad and aspiring barrister Jordan Briggs takes a look at the episodes of the last eight months in this first instalment of a three-part mini-series
Meet the experts who will consider reforming judicial review
Oxford law grad Jordan Briggs profiles the independent panel tasked with looking at potential reform
Constitutional statutes: a brief overview
Bolton University academic John McGarry explains the distinction between ordinary and constitutional statutes
Challenging the EU Withdrawal Act
Bolton Uni academic Dr John McGarry explains why the courts would not strike the Act down as invalid
Joshua Rozenberg on the power of judicial review
Two major, and very different, cases step into the spotlight
Joshua Rozenberg: We need to be more open about punishing badly-behaved judges
Lack of transparency blights the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office
A crisis in the judiciary: Joshua Rozenberg on the High Court’s failure to staff its benches
Rumour has it only 19 appointments were approved of this year's 25 vacancies
Will a Brexit from the UN be next?
How it would differ from leaving the EU
An open letter to the new Lord Chancellor from Joshua Rozenberg
David Lidington can learn from Liz Truss’ mistakes
Why are Brits so unsure of their right to challenge government in the courts?
We don’t know our public law in the same way Americans seem to
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: Theresa May’s decision to keep schtum is a lesson in negotiation all lawyers could learn from
Keeping quiet is a strategy in itself
Are we about to see the end of the magistrates’ court?
New reform plans may plunge the magistracy into an existential crisis
Article 50 challenge: An autopsy of the Supreme Court livestream
What did we learn, who stole the show, and who is going to win
The Brexit High Court challenge: why the Lord Chief Justice has opened Pandora’s box
Welcome to the constitutional aftershocks of the leave vote
What would happen if the Queen went on a crime spree?
Prosecuting the monarch: a whistle stop tour of the legal difficulties