Justice Matters


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

Garrick Gate – a critical tipping point

By Professor Jo Delahunty KC, Kate Brunner KC and Dr Ann Olivarius KC (Hon) OBE 


The role of lawyers in the Post Office Scandal

Most of us like to think we would risk our career in order to meet our ethical obligations, so why have so many lawyers failed to hold the line? asks Flora Page 

15 April 2024 / Flora Page

Points on overturning convictions

As the Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill is debated in Parliament and legal circles, Chris Hodges OBE, Chair of the Horizon Compensation Advisory Board, explains why they recommended this controversial route 

15 April 2024 / Christopher Hodges OBE

Disclosure of unused material

The spectre of injustice brought about by failures in the regime for disclosure of unused material continue to scar the criminal justice system, says Jonathan Fisher KC  

15 April 2024 / Jonathan Fisher KC

JudicialTech: friend or foe?

Jeremy Barnett and David Ormerod CBE KC (Hon) explore the emerging technologies and principles at stake 

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Time for change and investment

The Chair of the Bar sets out how the new government can restore the justice system

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