Blog 17 July 2014

New Libya Country Guidance Asylum case

Garden Court North Chambers' Jared Ficklin on AT and Others (Article 15c; risk categories) (CG) [2014] UKUT 318 (IAC).

Blog 16 July 2014

Legal aid cuts: “Little more than rough justice” (The Justice Gap)

Lucy Mair talks about a case where a vulnerable 18 year old risked having to represent himself due to the Legal aid cuts.

Blog 9 June 2014

When is a rule not a rule? Students and veracity checks (Free Movement blog)

Vijay Jagadesham on Global Vision College Ltd v SSHD [2014] EWCA Civ 659.

Blog 17 February 2014

Pre-recorded cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses in sex cases

Clare Ashcroft on pre-recorded cross-examinations.

Blog 16 January 2014

Did cancer treatment cause depression which ended in double killing?

A note on R v Redfern, Sheffield Crown Court, 15th and 16th January 2014 by Mark George QC.

Blog 20 June 2013

Mark George QC Let sleeping dogs lie: Cross-examination in advance of trial in cases of sexual assault

Mark George QC expresses his concern over the use of the dormant provision under section 28 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999.

Blog 6 February 2013

GANGBOs two years on

Garden Court North Chambers' Brigid Baillie on "Gangbos".

Blog 4 February 2013

Challenging convictions for historical sexual offences

Mark Barlow has written an article for the Spring 2013 edition of INQUIRY, the quarterly newsletter of the Innocence Network UK.

Blog 13 January 2013

Hillsborough: the decision to quash the accidental death verdicts

Mark George QC on the Attorney General's application to quash the original Hillsborough inquest verdicts.

Blog 3 January 2013

Passionate about Justice

Mark George QC enthuses about the passionate commitment of legal aid lawyers to the people they represent.

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