MoJ: Is the new boss same as the old boss?

Liz Truss is 'sceptical' on problem-solving courts but stands firm on Bill of Rights commitment, writes John van de

Problem-solving courts and Truss’s new tough on crime agenda

Is another politically ambitious justice secretary preparing for a grandstand appearance at the next Tory party conference, wonders Jonatha

Football fans pay penalty as Horwich Farrelly strikes again

Insurance lawyers demonstrate claimants' fundamental dishonesty as personal injury debat

Caught on camera: Judges, trials, and videotapes

A new pilot scheme sees judges' sentencing remarks filmed for the first time to test the viability of cameras in court. Gus Sellitto examines the effect this could have on the administration o

The end of in loco parentis in negligence

The courts now have a degree of flexibility to apply to the facts of a case, writes Michae

Fraud convictions remain low despite rise in SFO-compelled interviews

Witnesses must be protected from 'distressing' interview experience, says white collar crim

The separation of powers and the exclusive cognisance of parliament

Rupert Bowers QC and Daniel Godden examine the constitutional importance of parliament's assertion of privilege in a recent case against a Tor