After Roe: Recognising the importance of reproductive rights in England and Wales
Following the US Supreme Court’s controversial reversal of Roe v Wade, aspiring barrister Jade Rae explains the importance of the Abortion Act 1967 in England and Wales
We need to give greater attention to positive obligations under human rights law
Such European rights should be taught and embraced more widely to uplift society’s most vulnerable, argues aspiring barrister Jordan Briggs
Shamima Begum: What price have we paid for national security?
UCL graduate and aspiring barrister Atticus Blick explores the case of the former ISIL teenage bride
Ella Kissi-Debrah inquest: The case for a ‘clean air act’
‘Ella’s Law’ may well be the next step to combat air pollution in our busy capital, says Bar Course graduate Rajni Virk
Meet the experts who will consider reforming judicial review
Oxford law grad Jordan Briggs profiles the independent panel tasked with looking at potential reform
Virus pandemic: Why the UK must release immigration detainees
The detention of migrants who do not pose a risk is dangerous, callous and illegal, argues Oxford University PPE student James Cox
Assisted dying: ‘Sanctity of life’ not a matter for judges, says High Court
Oxford University law student Jordan Briggs looks at yesterday’s ruling in R (Newby) v Secretary of State For Justice
‘ISIS bride’ stripped of citizenship: what are her prospects on appeal?
In the Shamima Begum case, statelessness is the key legal issue
Yellow vests crisis: What are flash-balls and why haven’t they been banned?
As gory reports of injuries increase, French police are increasingly criticised for deploying this controversial weapon
Should the courts decide what is in the best interests of a child?
The judiciary is not suited to deal with the complexities of medical life-and-death scenarios