The UK’s Accident Compensation Market in Figures

Compensation claims for accident, injury, and industrial illness are a major force in the UK’s […]

AI Calls on Nepal to Bring Justice to Disappearance Case

A recent report from Amnesty International has called upon the government and authorities in Nepal […]

Japan Bans Child Pornography

Japan has passed laws making it a criminal offence to possess images of child abuse. […]

Family Law Reforms Take Effect in New Zealand

New reforms have just taken effect in New Zealand, changing the way that many family […]

Worldwide Disappointment as Uganda Approves Anti-gay Laws

  Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni has now approved new legislation discriminating against same-sex couples. The […]

Chinese Lawyers Band Together Against Governmental Threats

The ruling Communist Party in China is cracking down on dissidents, and there are concerns […]

The Debate on Prisoner Votes

There is a chance for political point scoring for the members of the parliamentary committee […]

Courts in England may now be televised

The United Kingdom media could now be able to take pictures and videos of court […]

Contempt of Court for exaggerated personal injury claim

Defendant, Mr Roberts was found to be in contempt of court, after exaggerating about the […]

Planned Lobbying Law causing backlash from TUC

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has blasted proposed legislation which aims to prevent further lobbying […]