Justice Matters


Nature, climate change and directors’ duties

Nature-related risks including climate change should be firmly on board agendas, say Sharif A. Shivji KC, Rebecca Stubbs KC, James Burton, Karl Anderson and Hossein Sharafi who have conducted a landmark review of directors’ duties under English law


Same-sex marriage in Bermuda and pro bono

Anna Hoffmann talks with Dr Leo Raznovich, Alex Potts KC and solicitor members of the pro bono legal team about their intervention in Ferguson v UK . They cover the case’s significance with a view to helping others considering similar human rights litigation

Analysing class at the Bar

If we can understand class at the Bar more accurately, we will be more effective when analysing – and combatting – classism, says Alex Benn

10 June 2024 / Alex Benn

The concept of an international anti-corruption court

Reality or pipe dream? Drawing on personal experience fighting grand corruption in Nigeria, Dr Charles Adeogun-Phillips makes the case for an international anti-corruption court (IACC)


Domestic drone harms

As drones move from the military space into domestic, commercial and hobbyist iterations, Louise Hooper and Dr Anna Jackman examine the cross-practice challenges for lawyers

10 June 2024 / Louise Hooper / Dr Anna Jackman

Deepfake elections

Alex Goodman KC on why our electoral laws need an urgent upgrade – they were not designed to address the corruption of popular opinion by AI and deepfakes 

13 May 2024 / Alex Goodman KC

Action on the earnings gap

Rachel Krys reports from ‘Tackling the gender pay gap’, the recent ICAW event focused on what works, progress made and ensuring fair access to advocacy opportunities 

13 May 2024 / Rachel Krys

Lawyerly independence and the rule of law

What does it mean for lawyers to uphold the rule of law? Kenta Tsuda, Steven Vaughan and Richard Moorhead investigate 


Human rights for all

Why human rights are more critical than ever in a time of turmoil. By Stephen Cragg KC 

13 May 2024 / Stephen Cragg KC

Regulating AI – how will it work?

The reluctance of governments to set agreed universal standards will inevitably mean that regulators have to fill the gap, says Sara Ibrahim. How are UK regulators preparing and what are the issues facing practitioners? 

13 May 2024 / Sara Ibrahim
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The Chair of the Bar launches a Manifesto for Justice as campaigning gets under way

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