Should enforcement agencies publish evidence to the public?

9–13 minutes to read

The MACC’s recent publication of 9 telephone recordings has set the nation abuzz. Is this within the Rule of Law?

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What do the Altantuya’s case, Lord Denning and the Birmingham Bombers have in common?

13–20 minutes to read

Quite a few things, actually. The first is the presence of explosive material. Second, whether the case could be re-opened. Read on …

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The Peter Mooney I knew

8–12 minutes to read

One day in 2006, while autumnal winds were nipping at my heels, Peter Mooney opened a door. He led me into Aladdin's Cave, filled with the universal beauty of language, a love of nature, an ...

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What is the difference between power and jurisdiction?

11–16 minutes to read

What do these two words mean? Are they interchangeable? Or are they different? If so, how?

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What should law students and young lawyers be taught?

8–12 minutes to read

There is a growing concern across the world on how lawyers are being trained. What is the lawyer’s role in society? Is it not to uphold justice? Where have we failed them?

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Can the courts stop a prime minister from suspending Parliament? [Part-2 of 2: What the Supreme Court said, and Why]

8–12 minutes to read

We saw in Part-1 of 2, the problems that beset the UK when it chose to leave the EU. Prime Minister Boris Johnson suspended Parliament because he wanted a Brexit ‘with no deal’. The ...

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