The Verdins principles affect the way offenders with mental health problems are sentenced in a court of law.
Gains made in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe could be reversed unless a legal provision is revised.
Domination of key South African markets by a few players, as displayed in the healthcare market inquiry, may require authorities to consider breaking up monopolies.
If Ghana is to fully harness the benefits of space technology, it will need space legislation and regulations.
New legal boilerplate in corporate merger agreements signals just how important #MeToo has become – not just as a social movement but as a business risk.
The fires tearing through the Athens region are not an act of God, but a direct result of corruption and systematic disregard for the law.
The Supreme Court ruled that a British couple must stay married until 2020 because there was no 'fault' in their marriage.
The hotel company filed an unprecedented lawsuit against the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas last October, arguing it has immune from liability under federal law.
It is important that consideration is given to the role played by individuals working within departments, not just the government.
Nigeria is failing to prosecute banking executives charged with fraud due to deep weaknesses in the system.
Australian law firms are beginning to demand that law schools teach students new skills for the new AI economy, but legal education is failing to keep up.
Female suicide rate in Northern Ireland is high, and ambivalence about legalising abortion is likely to make matters worse.
The tennis star claims his role as a sports attaché for the Central African Republic means he doesn't have to repay his debts. Is he right?
More logging will occur in NSW if conservation areas are rezoned by the state government.
Victims could be entitled to redress – but it won't be easy.
Cryonics is no longer synonymous with science fiction. What are we technically capable of doing and what do we have the right to do?
In many legal jurisdictions of the world, including Australia, an offender’s remorse is a mitigating factor at sentencing. And yet how judges evaluate such expressions is unclear.
The end of the 8th amendment is on the horizon.
David Goodall had a good life and he wanted a good death, even though he wasn't terminally ill. An end-of-life expert explains why he should have this right.
Evidence in front of the banking royal commission today is very similar to the case that sparked consumer protection laws more than 30 years ago.