‘Cage Fighting’ Children – Is The Outrage Justified Legally?

Liam Draper considers whether the outrage in the media over pictures of children fighting in a cage is justified legally.

Self-Help Websites: Is This Goodbye For Lawyers?

Liz Garlick asks whether new self-help websites spell the end for traditional lawyers.

New (and Tougher) Contractual Terms between Barristers & Solicitors

Hemal Vyas looks at whether new plans proposed by the Bar Council could lead to a flurry of litigation between barristers and solicitors.

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.

Friends and Facebook

Liam Draper explains how social media might be used for a negative purpose, rather than the positive one for which it was intended.

Should There Be an Absolute Right to Privacy in the UK?

In light of the recent privacy issues raised by allegations against the media, this author asks if there should be an absolute right to privacy in the UK.

Lights, Camera, Sentencing

Abigail O’Reilly asks if televising judicial sentencing is a good thing.

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.

Opening Pandora’s Box: Media Access to Family Courts

Liz Garlick asks whether there is a balance to be struck between open justice and the privacy of parties involved in family cases.

Marriage, Cohabitation and Civil Partnerships: Will They Ever Become One?

Emily McQuilkin on whether the changes are really being made when it comes to marriage and civil partnerships.<