Women are more likely to claim in-work benefits so they're more likely to have their movement restricted by the UK's EU renegotiation.
Data from Pornhub shows the word 'teen' is among the most searched for terms – which raises a difficult question.
Sacked from your job and never told why. Is this the new normal for some workers in Britain?
As the Law Council of Australia calls for the end of mandatory sentencing, it might be time for the Australian government to evaluate and resolve the troubles of this problematic system.
'Sortition' could offer a way to reinvigorate our democracy – and it's already being trialled.
Would you know if you were being asked a leading question?
Gerard Baden-Clay's successful appeal against a conviction for the murder of his wife should not be misread as a sign of judicial tolerance of domestic violence.
If we are content to sanction, disapprove and respond to sole nationals committing terror-related offences without revoking their citizenship, why is revocation necessary for dual nationals?
At a time when Australia is discussing the adequacy of legal responses to domestic violence, decisions that serve to lessen the culpability of men’s violence against women are undoubtedly concerning.
Biology is out of our control but can influence our behaviour. But should people be given shorter sentences because of their genes?
There is fresh political impetus behind a constitutional device to allow Britain to veto EU laws, but the enthusiasm ignores the powers that already exist and the dangers of legislation on the hoof.
New research has shown the benefits of the process that holds public bodies to account.
Probably not, but that might be for the best if it encourages countries to be more ambitious in their commitments, rather than playing it safe to avoid falling foul of legal obligations.
Merging the back-end operations of Australia's federal courts could have significant implications for the way in which resources are allocated to meet the needs of family courts and their clients.
Behind the scenes of your mid-morning treat is a fierce legal battle to protect market share and profits.
The fledgling industry faces a minefield that could undermine its valuation and growth.
Intellectual property laws, 19th-century legislation struggling for relevance in the 21st century, are well overdue for reform.
A parliamentary committee report recommends several welcome improvements to the government's citizenship-stripping bill. However, several important concerns remain.
In going after Tom Brady, the NFL went all-in – and now must face a new reality.
There are inherent shortcomings in a procedure that asks judges to make objective and rational assessments about how their own conduct, relationships or interests might appear to others