Changes to immigration rules: the new price of family reunification
Sheffield Uni law student Jacob Dubiecha offers a critical analysis of the increased minimum income requirement
Legal Takeaway: Who’s who for Deliveroo?
Oxford Uni PPE grad Joshua Masson explores the UKSC's recent Deliveroo judgment
Human rights obligations in investor-state disputes
Bristol Uni law student Jasmine Cundiff, explores the hurdles to keeping investors accountable
Who owns indigenous knowledge: local communities or corporations?
Lawyers Ria Das and Sia Das explore the pressing problem of biopiracy of indigenous knowledge
How election legislation has failed the UK’s visually-impaired voters
Aspiring barrister Lauren Slade explores the lack of statutory protection for the blind
Deceptive (dating) by design?
Dating apps may seem like a piece of fun but more sinister goings-on may be at play, such as privacy and human rights breaches, writes third year law student Tanzeel ur Rehman
Seeking justice for the Chagossians
Britain’s colonisation of the Chagos Islands continues to this day, in apparent defiance of international concern and court judgments, writes Sheffield Hallam graduate Rachael Shaw
Seeking asylum: a one-way ticket to Rwanda?
Teshé Rolle, a final year student at The University of Law, looks at the government’s relationship with human rights and its much-discussed plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda
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
The rules of war
Law student Michal Smigla considers international humanitarian law and the consequences of disregarding it
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
The need for an international right to obscurity
With the internet more accessible than ever, Edinburgh Napier law student Lewis Hay calls for a more uniform and transparent approach
Article X: The right to environmental protection?
Oxford Brookes law grad Paul Wyard makes his case for a new standalone ECHR right
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
Human Rights Act review: Fair or farce?
Birmingham University student Charlotte Tomlinson casts a critical eye over this week's government announcement on World Human Rights Day 2020
Meet the experts who will consider reforming judicial review
Oxford law grad Jordan Briggs profiles the independent panel tasked with looking at potential reform
COVID-19: The prison crisis
Why has government been so slow to implement plans for prisoner release?
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
Privacy, celebrities and the media
It's a fine balance between the freedom of the press and the privacy of individuals, says newly qualified solicitor Aisha Hussain