The crime of ecocide - where are we and next steps
In this guest feature, Robert Bray of the European Law Institute (ELI) takes a deeper dive at what has been done so far to add ecocide as an international crime. The proposal to classify ecocide as an international crime is gathering consensus at international and European level. Stop Ecocide International ...
Human Rights Act reforms and the UK’s relationship with the European Court of Human Rights by Hazel Blake
As the deadline (8 March) for the Ministry of Justice’s consultation on reforms to the Human Rights Act (HRA) draws closer, the Law Society is busy preparing its analysis of the proposals. The breadth and weight of the proposals make it clear that Dominic Raab is serious about his intention ...
Why the EU’s block on the UK’s accession to the Lugano Convention harms human rights by Daniel Leader
Climate change and lawyers by Jonathan Goldsmith
Supporting the Legal Profession in Afghanistan
Post-COVID Reforms to Financial Fair Play by Dr. Ryan Gauthier
A new ‘special relationship’ or a damage limitation exercise? EU–UK criminal justice cooperation after Brexit by Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas
Socio-economic diversity in the legal profession - a discussion with HHJ Brandon
Governing law, enforcement of judgments and jurisdiction post Brexit – where are we now? by Anna Pertoldi
‘Brexit Transition and the Rule of Law: An Uncertain New World?’ by Dr Oliver Garner
Amanda Millar, President of the Law Society of Scotland, talks about her Presidency priorities
Black Lives Matter and the legal profession by I. Stephanie Boyce