Judicial review

Shaping government policy

Ministers must consider the cost of defending poor decisions, Katy Watts tells Matthew Rogers

Human rights and public law in the courts

Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC considers some of the judgments of constitutional and public importance that have been handed down this year

Labour commits to restoring access to justice

Manifesto hints at bringing back legal aid and redesigning judicial review

Charities challenge Home Office over Dubs scheme decisions

Court to hear judicial reviews on resettlement cap and criteria for unaccompanied child refugees

The kindness of strangers

Crowdfunding shows how access to justice can be reinvented for financially strained times, writes Jean-Yves Gilg

The battle over press regulation

Tammy Evans discusses the judicial reviews challenging the recognition of Impress as a state-approved regulator and the consultation on part two of the Leveson inquiry

Triggering article 50

Miller demonstrates how an independent judiciary is unafraid of applying constitutional law against a powerful executive, writes Simon Parsons