Stolen Valour and Free Speech

Liam Draper discusses the recent US Supreme Court decision United States v. Alvarez where the Stolen Valor Act was ruled unconstitutional.

The Legacy of 9/11: A Historical Look

Liam Draper asks what legacy September 11th has left and how best to get justice for the victims.

A Very American Problem – Part 2

As the dust settles on the ruling of the Supreme Court of the United States of America on the Affordable Care Act, Siobhan Kinealy analyses the decision.

A Very American Problem – Part 1

Siobhan Kinealy analyses the prior constitutional decisions that will influence the ruling of the US Supreme Court on the Affordable Healthcare Act.

Children are Different; Birmingham City University is Different

Liam Draper looks at the recent Supreme Court of the United States decision Miller v. Alabama and recounts his experiences at Birmingham City University in the preparation of the Amnesty International brief.

The Legal Basis for Intervention in Syria

Harry Langford looks at the legal basis for foreign intervention in the Syrian conflict.

Third World Protection Against Vulture Funds

Sophie Kinsella explains a debt relief law that will limit the ability of ‘vulture funds’ to sue the poorest countries in the world in English courts for the repayment of debts.

EU Proposals to Equalise Roaming Charges by 2014

A discussion of the EU proposals to equalise mobile phone roaming charges by 2014.

Justice for the People of Libya

Harry Langford believes that Colonel Gaddafi should be tried in a court of law when captured. Here, he explains why.

Vietnam: The Cost of Protesting

Ruth Bailey reveals the oppression currently being suffered by the people of Vietnam and explains what we can do to help.