Month: July 2017

An end to the Charlie Gard case

For anyone who has been following the Charlie Gard case in the news, it has been an eventful few months which has demonstrated the efficacy of the court system and the perils that judges face in such cases. […]

  Uncategorised 25 July 2017  

Year 10 students get taster of Criminal Law through Summer School Workshop

For any aspiring Criminal lawyer, the case of R v Dudley & Stephens (1884) is one with which you will be familiar.  There are very few cases with such tragic and gruesome facts, involving shipwreck, murder and cannibalism.   For […]

  Uncategorised 21 July 2017