Is Parliament too Privileged?

Liam Draper considers the controversial legal immunity of Parliament and politicians.

News of the World: The Exploitation of Article 10

Alice Sheen examines the conflict between Articles 8 and 10 of the Human Rights Act 1998 in light of the News of the World phone hacking scandal.

The Human Rights Act and Other Tall Tales

Siobhan Kinealy looks at why we need to stop listening to stories about the Human Rights Act and face the truth.

The Right to Protect Your Home: Strengthening or Just Political Posturing?

Emily McQuilkin looks at a series of high-profile cases that have led to the proposed reforms to a homeowner’s ability to protect and defend their home.

The Legal Basis for Intervention in Syria

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

Missing Persons: A Campaign for Change

Kate Gaskell looks at the ‘convoluted and cumbersome’ law surrounding missing persons.

Secret Trials and Special Advocates: The Dangers of Moving from the Last Resort

Paul Livingston explains why the Justice and Security Green Paper should have been accompanied by red flashing lights.

The Importance of Social Media Sites

Lauren Perkins argues for social networking in the light of David Cameron’s post-riot comments.

Same Difference: Extradition & Babar Ahmad

Nazmin Akthar comments on the Extradition Act 2003 and the cases of two men facing extradition to the U.S.

Facebook and the Younger Generation

Are the Facebook policies surrounding age being properly enforced and are we doing enough to ensure young children are not being exposed to the bad side of the internet?