A court has ruled that pre-existing mental health problems can be taken into account.
The opinions of current sex workers must be sought before any changes are made to the law governing the websites they use.
The British home secretary has decided not to seek assurances from the US that it wouldn't use the death penalty for an IS duo arrested in Syria. This must be opposed.
The Electoral Commission has ruled the official campaign to leave the EU broke funding rules.
Victims of image based sexual abuse deserve legal clarity.
#FreeTommy protests depict the founder of the English Defence League as a hero. But his sentencing had nothing to do with the right to protest.
Just when we thought the dual citizenship debacle was coming to an end, there may be another sting in our Constitution's tail.
Cases like Daryll Rowe's are very rare, but they have the power to transform both the law and public opinion.
A mother is suing a doctor for circumcising her infant son without her consent.
A history of how jurors have faced trial themselves for getting it wrong, or slipping up in court.
The powers exist but must be used with caution, explains a legal expert. They don't form a vigilante's charter.
How Australian courts might interpret consent in situations like this is far from clear, and needs to be sorted out.
To buy without owning, to pay rent on something that's yours – the origins of leasehold ownership look increasingly out of place today.
The Lords won't block Brexit, but here's what could happen when they debate the EU Withdrawal Bill.
The Northern Irish party were horrified at the suggestion that Brexit might mean different customs rules. But when it comes to women's rights, it's a different story.
There are still far too few female, black, Asian and minority ethnic judges.
Cuts to legal aid could see paralegals taking on more case work.
It is becoming harder and harder to access legal aid for immigration cases.
As Islamic State territory in Iraq and Syria shrinks, concerns are mounting about the number of foreign fighters who may return.
How a curious case of wanton and furious driving is leading to a much-needed overhaul.