Sex and selfie generation

Sex and the selfie generation

by Dan Bunting It is not just people that struggle to keep up with technology, but the law itself often lags behind. We have seen that on numerous occasions with the “Twitter prosecutions”, and had … [Read More...]


Divorce: what’s fault got to do with it? 

By Camilla Khawaja Much discussion has taken place of late with regard to the importance of fault in divorce law, so I ask is it still necessary to attribute blame to the other party? The party whom you once loved and maybe even still do, the party with whom you shared your hopes and dreams, your … [Read More...]


Operation Elveden: 13th Century Justice

by Michelle Heeley Operation Elveden was prompted by the Leveson Inquiry - evidence heard at the Inquiry suggested there was a culture of tabloid newspapers paying public officials for stories. At a time when the tabloid press was being vilified for intruding in people’s private lives through … [Read More...]