- Lawyers as Independent Investigators
- Some thoughts on how lawyers are responding to the UN Guiding Principles on Human Rights
- Does experiential learning in law school improve employability?
- Conspiracies around a Sun trial point finger at senior judge(s)?
- In-house media lawyer heading for the spotlight?
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The director-general of the SFO has vigorously criticised the recruitment of independent experts to investigate criminal behaviour in companies. In August last year the Times reported him as saying, “the practice risks destroying the evidence needed to put rogue business … Continue reading
UCL’s Centre for Ethics and Law is tonight hosting Professor John Ruggie, leading light on business and human rights and the driving force behind the UNs Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. His work provides a fascinating insight into … Continue reading
Should law schools change their curriculum to make graduates from JD programmes more practice read’? Bear in mind that in the US we’re talking about the JD, and that there is no equivalent of the training contract in the US, so … Continue reading
The Guardian has an interesting story on a retrial of four, including some former or current Sun employees. To quote the particularly relevant bits: A decision to remove a judge lined up for a retrial of four Sun journalists has … Continue reading
Lord Grabiner’s cross-examination by the Treasury Select Committee provides an interesting opportunity to reflect on barristers, costs and the influence of money on lawyers. Jesse Norman MPs cross-examination is a tussle about how the two gentlemen interpret a conversation about market manipulation … Continue reading
There’s an interesting story on Legal Week suggesting law students put intellectual stimulation over money in career choice. I am a bit sceptical. I ask my students (if they want to be practising lawyers) something like this informally every year, … Continue reading
Context (p1-2 of the Report, Litigants in person in private family law cases (Ministry of Justice, 2014): ) The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO) 2012 removed most private family cases from the scope of legal aid … Continue reading