18 September 2017

Making a mockery of juries

Yet again, misleading research is being used to attack the role of jurors.

4 September 2017

Hey, lawyers – leave them kids alone

It’s perverse to have lawyers teaching children about sexual consent.

23 August 2017

The disabled man banned from having sex

The case of a Down's syndrome man court-ordered to be celibate is horrifying.

17 August 2017

Eric Bellquist and the presumption of innocence

The mauling of an innocent banker points to a worrying trend.

11 August 2017

Operation Sanctuary: no easy answers

We need to do more than ‘call a spade a spade’.

31 July 2017

Supreme Court judges: saviours of workers?

The tribunal-fees ruling reminds us of the weakness of the labour movement.

25 July 2017

Betsy DeVos is right about Title IX

Campus sexual-assault investigations are deeply unjust.

19 July 2017

Let’s put the ‘mattress girl’ case to bed

Paul Nungesser should not have to live with continual accusation.

10 July 2017

The Grenfell Inquiry is being asked to do too much

It should establish the facts of the fire and that’s all.