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Book review: Who Owns History? Elgin’s Loot and the Case for Returning Plundered Treasure

By Geoffrey Robertson Hardback, 320 pages. Biteback Publishing (2019) ISBN 9781785905216.   

Reviewed by  David Langwallner  

13 March 2020 / David Langwallner

Handel’s Israel in Egypt revived by Advocati

Handel’s Israel in Egypt , revived before Christmas, in Birmingham’s Victoria Law Courts, by Advocati under the direction of John Saunders, is scarcely unbiased. A review by Roderick Dunnett 

14 February 2020 / Roderick Dunnett

Book review: Delivering Dispute Resolution: a Holistic Review of Models in England and Wales

By Christopher Hodges. Hart, October 2019. ISBN 9781509916900. Reviewed by Sir Ernest Ryder 

14 February 2020 / Sir Ernest Ryder

Exhibitions mark a century of women in law

The Centenary of Women in Law at the Royal Courts of Justice and Celebrating a Century of Women in Law at the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple 

22 November 2019 / Aadhithya Anbahan

Book review: Court Number One: The Old Bailey Trials that Defined Modern Britain

  • Court Number One: The Old Bailey Trials that Defined Modern Britain 
  • By Thomas Grant QC 
  • Publisher: John Murray (May 2019) 
  • ISBN: 9781473651616 

20 November 2019 / John Jolliffe
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Theatre review: [BLANK] by Alice Birch

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Clean Break  

Running until 30 November 2019 at the Donmar Theatre 

18 November 2019 / David Wurtzel

Book review: Judge Walden: Call the Next Case

Judge Walden: call the next case 

Author: Peter Murphy 

 

Publisher: No Exit Press 

ISBN: 9780857302977 

19 July 2019 / David Wurtzel
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