Emelia Bezant-Gahan analyses the developing case law around ‘necessity to arrest’ – which has a high evidential burden and is highly fact-sensitive.
Chris Benson is managing partner of Leigh Day. He talks to Solicitors Journal about building the firm, negative stories in the press and the firm's collective action against UK water companies.
The Home Office's crackdown on "crooked" immigration lawyers suppresses genuine legal challenges, says Rubin Italia.
Bindmans’ client and disability rights campaigner Sarah Leadbetter has been granted permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal in her ongoing legal challenge against the Secretary of State for Transport.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority has sent an information request to the largest banks and building societies, a week after announcing an investigation into 'freedom of expression and the provision of banking services'.
Robert Jenrick refused to rule out leaving the European Convention on Human Rights if the government’s Rwanda deportation plans are blocked.
The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) has commended the Republic of Ghana for abolishing the death penalty for all crimes except high treason.
Rubin Italia argues that despite its ascension, the Illegal Migration Bill faces significant challenges and legal controversies