Courts & Judiciary

Munby P updates domestic abuse practice advice

Domestic abuse ‘a scourge on our society’, say

The future for costs in judicial review

The Unison judgment may inform the debate on Jackson LJ’s recent proposal for the current CPR rules on costs in environmental cases to be extended to all judicial review claims, explains Richar

Half of jurors in rape cases reach guilty verdict before deliberation

Juries not necessarily offering ‘fair and impartial assessment’ of evidence, say

Independence of duty solicitors must be made clear

Headhunt lawyers who are appropriate for judicial roles, suggests crimina

The price of open justice

PNM demonstrates that the competing principles of suspects’ privacy and the freedom to report public court proceedings have yet to be comfortably reconciled, writes Richar

Judicial diversity ‘step change’ needed to ensure fair treatment of BAME defendants

Lammy report recommends targets for the appointment of minority ethni

Lord Chief Justice ‘immensely concerned’ over low judicial morale

Failure to address pay and pension issues will have ‘a serious impact’, says Lor