Czernuszka v King: A new precedent for rugby injury claims?
BPP bar student Christian Mills explores the recent High Court decision and what it means for rugby clubs and players moving forward
The law killed e-scooters in the 1930s. Will it kill again?
Future magic circle trainee Will Holmes looks at the case for greater regulation
Should NHS staff tackling COVID-19 be immune from negligence claims?
UCL law student Yanusika Srithar argues against blanket immunity
What’s next in Meghan Markle’s privacy claim against Associated Newspapers
Northumbria law grad and aspiring barrister Benjamin Ramsey considers the former Suits actress' causes of action and chances of success if her case goes to trial
A critical analysis of the Johnny Depp libel trial
County Court advocate Ben Ramsey considers what's next for the Hollywood megastar after the High Court dismissed his claim on Monday
WAGs at war: An exploration of the legal issues surrounding Rebekah Vardy’s libel claim
Aspiring barrister Cassie Blower deliberates the highly publicised 'Wagatha Christie' scandal and considers Coleen Rooney's possible defence
Vicarious liability in the Supreme Court spotlight
Birmingham Uni law student Olivia Gladstone looks at the recent high-profile tort cases involving Morrisons and Barclays
Court of Appeal rules that Dr Bawa-Garba is not to be erased from medical register
Liverpool University graduate Lydia Campbell explains the legal background to the week's big judicial decision
Why the Health and Safety at Work Act is perhaps the most important law of a generation
The statistics don’t lie
The law of legal costs and why the price of justice is so disproportionately expensive
Is the juice worth the squeeze?
The law of wrongful life: Should the children be able to make claims?
A wrong has been done, the child has suffered, they deserve compensation
Fundamental dishonesty: Difficult to assess, but potentially serious for personal injury claimants
Fletchers trainee Katelyn Williams on the new Criminal Justice and Courts Act
Pokémon Go: When does a game become a personal injury battle?
There might be some new cases for next year's tort law students to learn
Psychiatric harm: The forgotten claims of the Hillsborough disaster
Will the Negligence and Damages Bill mend years of injustice?
A brief history of non-delegable duties in tort
When can duties be contracted out?
The Defamation Act 2013: What is it and has it worked?
Nods to free speech, but has a detrimental impact on businesses