Legal methods for responding to animal cruelty

Cruelty to an animal, or mistreatment of an animal, is the act of a human being causing an animal, to be subjected to an act intended to cause it harm.

The True Story of a Man who Pioneered the Science of Profiling Serial Killers

Review on Mindhunter – An Original Netflix Series adapted from the book “Mindhun

Everything You Need to Know About Domestic Charges

Having domestic charges brought against you is a damaging event. Below, we help you do so by explaining some crucial details pertaining to domestic charges.

The Debate on Euthanasia and its Legal Progress Around the World

Life expectancy has dramatically increased in industrialised countries, meaning that euthanasia is now a subject that both a very protected and a sensitive.

7 Ways a North York Criminal Law Professional Can Help Defend You

One of the most stressful situations you can go through is being in danger of a criminal law prosecution. Fortunately, choosing the right lawyer can lessen your frustrations and get you the best result possible in your case. Below, we detail 7 ways a North York criminal law professional can help defend you.

Do You Need a Lawyer After a Trucking Accident?

In 2016, there were 475,000 reported trucking accidents in the U.S. Of those accidents, 0.8% resulted in a fatality, and 22% involved severe injuries.

The Student Laywer’s Guide to Sexual Harassment and Abuse have analysed the developing perspectives around sexual assault and the important role those in the legal profession have to play.

Exploring the Impacts of LASPO

With both campaigners and professionals critiques becoming ever louder, have these aims been met and how has LASPO impacted the justice system?

A closer look at Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police

Nicolas Price explains the recent decision in Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police. He looks into the possible outcomes of a decision that may cause students across the country to go out and buy new textbooks.

Ameen Jogee Found Guilty of Manslaughter but Not Guilty of Murder at Retrial

After the recent retrial at Nottingham Crown Court, Ameen Jogee has been found guilty of the June 20