The problem with policing prostitution
Law student Dudley Davidson-Jarrett explains why policing an age-old practice proves particularly problematic
Revenge porn: Love Island and the law
The legislation is heading in the right direction -- albeit slowly
Should there be criminal liability for corporations?
Debate about corporate manslaughter thrust into spotlight following Grenfell Tower fire
Drunken consent in rape cases: Why the law leaves a lot to be desired
Legislation and case law raises questions
Consensual sadomasochism is private sex — not violence
Law students marvel at R v Brown, but has the law got it right?
Should sex offenders have access to the internet?
It's seen as a human right
Why DDoS protests won’t fit into freedom of expression rights
A response to 'Prioritise intent, not effects: A nuanced approach to DDOS cyber-attacks and free speech'
Black Lives Matter: How to fix a failing criminal justice system?
A broken bridge to equality
Why are British nationals being prosecuted for fighting against ISIS?
You risk your life fighting terrorists, then get treated like one when you come home
Acid attacks are a pandemic the law is failing to treat
Academics and MPs flock to recommend new laws, but will they make a difference?
The Westminster sex scandal: It’s time for defendant anonymity to be reinstated
Death of Carl Sargeant a wake-up call?
A 24-year-old charity worker is facing prosecution for holding a sign saying ‘F*** the DUP’
How has the law allowed this to happen?
Are we about to see more prosecutions for genocide?
This law has undergone a growth spurt in recent history
The history of rape laws: Some might find it hard to believe, but the law is a lot better now
Bloody clothes used to be pivotal to a prosecution
Is the state the biggest cyber criminal of all?
The internet is the first thing humanity has built that humanity doesn’t understand
What role does China play in the world’s fight against cyber crime?
A shelter mentality to cyber security
Diagnosis high risk: Why the NHS is a cyber criminal’s dream
Hackers are taking a more sinister approach than most people would care to imagine
Cyber crime: A bigger threat than terrorism?
Cyber attacks given same UK security threat ranking as earthquakes
Is cyber bullying a cyber crime?
The suicide of Amanda Todd shined a light on the issue, now we must act, says Andrew Chan in his shortlisted entry to the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize