Fake news and misinformation surrounding the situation in Gaza
SAG-AFTRA announce restrictions on Halloween costumes for members
Free speech and universities: Greater protections on the way for students and lecturers
Invasive species: First traps set for Chinese mitten crabs in the UK
Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard acquisition authorised by the CMA
Asylum seekers and the lawyers who defend them
New release ‘May December’ harks back to a bygone era in child protection law
Gambling reform in the UK: where do things stand?
The Dangerous Dogs Act: A bark more effective than its bite?
Scottish government calls for decriminalisation of drugs
Plans to make it compulsory for offenders to attend their sentencing hearings
Glyn Razzell: When are murderers refused parole?
TV Drama to be made about Daisy, successful campaigner for law on children born of rape
Burger King to face legal action over the size of its Whopper
Trans participation in sport: British Cycling the latest sporting body to ban transgender women from female events
House of the Dragon: Why the Hollywood Strikes haven’t shut down production on the HBO hit
Legal Aid Funding: What is the Future of Prison Law?
Children’s safety concern over family courts failings
Longer read: SAG-AFTRA and WGA Strike
Deductions to miscarriage of justice compensation to be scrapped
Drivers make common law claim to avoid speeding penalties
Activision Sues Music Critic over TikTok Sound
2026 Commonwealth Games in doubt after Australian state of Victoria cancels plans to host
Business & Trade Committee takes aim at McDonalds
Elon Musk’s X Corp sues British anti-hate non-profit
Lion on the loose in Berlin
Protecting children from abuse in the AI era
FTX sues Bankman-Fried and former executives
Why didn’t the mainstream media name Huw Edwards as the presenter at the centre of the BBC scandal?
Aretha Franklin will dispute rumbles on
Government weighs in on debate as it rejects tighter gun controls following Plymouth mass shooting
Longer read: Europe’s Migrant Crisis
Rwanda to receive Britain’s asylum seekers despite appeal courts ruling it unlawful
Competition and Market’s Authority take aim at Adobe
Controversial jail sentence for UK Woman who took abortion pills too late
Why do 70% of rape victims drop their cases?
The strange world of football’s managerial dismissals
Just Stop Oil protests continue
Crew members injured in explosion on Gladiator 2 film set
Allen & Overy set to join forces with Shearman & Sterling
Immigration and human rights: the Home Office’s latest controversial deportation
Going public with the new Public Order Act
Texas man pleads guilty to supplying performance-enhancing drugs to Olympic athletes
Prince Harry vs Murdoch Press
Juryless rape trials in Scotland receive a resounding ‘no’
Autonomy founder extradited to the US
Fox News Corporation settles Dominion lawsuit for a record sum
Bereaved, survivors and locals settle claims over Grenfell
Scottish justice system faces spring clean with ‘not proven’ verdict set to be scrapped
Longer read: Navigating the emotional turbulence of divorce cases
The Online Safety Bill and threats to end-to-end encryption
A slap on the wrist for smacking in England
Longer read: The Bar Council of India widens foreign access to India’s legal market
The Barclays Premier League and tax
Nitrous oxide is no laughing matter, but will the ban be enough to stop it?
AI copycat tracks: Streaming services’ latest IP headache
Forced prepayment meters land energy suppliers in hot water
UK falls in Civicus Monitor’s latest global index
Government law reform advisers set to examine financial remedy orders
Trump indicted over hush money payments to adult film star
Gwyneth Paltrow wins civil court case
Longer read: Gary Lineker vs the BBC: What can go into an employment contract?
The International Criminal Court issues an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin
The middle finger and the law
Revisiting Netflix and password sharing
Senior police make the case for the power to charge
The latest on the SVB collapse
Journalist Isabel Oakeshott leaks 100,000 of Matt Hancock’s private WhatsApp messages to the press
Why are calls for digital ID cards causing a stir?
UK government facing calls for SLAPP reform
Change to the legal age of marriage in England and Wales
UK and EU come to fresh Northern Ireland agreement
What legal hurdles face publishers looking to edit old books?
Longer read: Ecclesiastical law: The rules that govern the established church
Appeal for Shamima Begum’s British citizenship rejected
Could US-style group litigation make its way across the pond?
Lee Anderson, Rishi Sunak and the death penalty
Disney's copyright expires
Chinese spy balloon raises international law concerns
Lidl accuses Tesco of deception in dispute over yellow circle logo
Student group claim against UK universities
Algorithms, writing jobs, and the future of work
Scotland revisits the accommodation of transgender prisoners
Oxford University to be sued for hiring academics on insecure contracts
Menopaused: proposed menopause leave trial rejected by ministers
Blue in the face: how Chelsea’s January spending could send the team south
Does Benedict Cumberbatch owe reparations to the descendants of slaves in Barbados?
Alec Baldwin to be charged with manslaughter over Rust shooting
Dartmoor wild camping ban
Three stripes and you’re out: Adidas loses trademark battle
Scrap heap challenge for Raab’s Bill of Rights
First Class security breach: Royal Mail targeted by ransomware attack
Longer read: Lifting the lid on doping and performance-enhancing drug use in sport
Climate activism and the law
UK government’s anti-strike bill enters the picture
Netflix and password sharing
Diplomatic immunity in the case of Anne Sacoolas: a fateful loophole
New women's safety bill to criminalise catcalling
Longer read: An inside look at what FTX’s collapse means for crypto law
Competition authorities take aim at Microsoft over Activision Blizzard merger
Divided over OneLove
Scotland sees Supreme Court setback in latest move for independence
Woman with Down's syndrome loses in a Court of Appeal abortion law case
Octopus takes Bulb into its arms
Law, universities, and the energy transition
Feels like the first time: Kanye West's Twitter suspension 2.0
Greenwashing & Accountability: An interview with Client Earth
Property law: UK house prices decline for the first time in 15 months
Hate crimes at an all-time high
Are the hours really longer at US firms?
Mehran Karimi Nasseri: Refugee status and the legal aspects of citizenship
Another one bites the dust: Next’s acquisition of Made.com
Equality Act in Jeopardy
Data Law: The Suella Saga Continues
Injustice in the Judiciary
What’s the deal with the Twitter takeover?
Elon Musk & Twitter: everything in moderation?
UN Xinjiang human rights concerns
Landmark High Court case enforces European conservation laws on English soil
Transactional hours drop after bumper year in the US
Developments in the UK’s controversial Rwanda policy
To be or not to be part of the UK. That is the question...
Reforms to gender recognition in Scotland
Judges in the wrong for releasing alleged criminals
Criminal barristers strike a deal
The Green Blues
Keep it on the QC?
Law enforcement vs the law: Sarah Everard vigil protester sues the Met police
Free Speech, Arrests and the Monarchy
Bolt strikes the business world with application for victory pose trademark
Netflix heads to court over character portrayals of real-life individuals
Smells Like Dismissal...
1.5 million victims in England and Wales are choosing not to pursue their cases
Criminal barrister strikes in England and Wales: protecting the future of the criminal bar
The contaminated blood scandal
Buckle up Britain! A recent survey shows 61% of drivers haven't read the new Highway Code rules
Ethics, Investment and ESG: Church of England’s fossil fuel holdings under scrutiny
House of mirrors: a rise in IP infringement allegations