The High Court has refused a teacher leave to challenge a judicial review in which she planned to argue that a local authority and her school had breached the Education Act 2002, the Equality Act 2010 and the Human Rights Act 1998 after requiring her to ‘confirm’ a school-aged childRead More →

Russian news channel RT’s license to broadcast in the UK has been wrongfully revoked due to political pressure, the High Court in Belfast has heard. Ousel of an activist from the Irish Socialist Republican Party (IRSP) also claimed that the action taken by media regulator Ofcom violated his right toRead More →

In a speech at Delaware State University on Friday, President Biden sounded positively exuberant as he announced he had prevailed by asserting unilateral power to cancel hundreds of billions of dollars in tuition loans. . He said “just yesterday a state court and the Supreme Court said, ‘No, we’re onRead More →

“Saskatchewan’s Access to Justice Week is a vehicle and an approach to engaging different communities in conversations,” said Martin Philipson, Dean of the USask College of Law. “The week will provide opportunities to engage new and diverse voices in the access to justice conversation and to highlight initiatives that aimRead More →

A case on the upcoming Supreme Court docket, Moore v. Harper, concerns the power of state magistrates to rule on the constitutionality of redistricting maps of state legislatures. The cases weighing the extent of state judicial authority over legislative redistricting may seem less consequential than some of the Court’s precedent-breakingRead More →

The National Company Law Appeals Tribunal (“NCLAT”), main bench, consisting of Judge Ashok Bhushan (President), Dr Alok Srivastava (Technical Member) and Mr. Barun Mitra (technical member), while ruling on an appeal filed in Sreedhar Tripathy v Gujarat State Financial Corporation & Ors., ruled that where the Creditors’ Committee (“CoC”) decidesRead More →

Seeking to militarize the justice system for political purposes is in itself a major offense Ismail Sabri! Interim Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob admitted he had declassified the report detailing Putrajaya’s investigation into former Attorney General Tommy Thomas’ book so it could be used as political “bullets” to attack PakatanRead More →

Posted: 10/14/2022 6:41:54 PM On juries and the legal system As Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” I have read and heard a few versions of stories regarding the recent conviction of a physiotherapist and the representation of the victim in question.Read More →

CPR 54.5 provides that judicial review proceedings must be initiated”rapidly” and “in any case no later than 3 months after the first appearance of the grounds for complaint”. Delay in making a claim may be a basis on which permission to proceed with a claim may be denied or onRead More →

The Bindmans public law team is filled with exceptional lawyers and is exceptionally well led by Jamie Potter and John Halford. All team members are highly adept at working within the extremely tight deadlines required by public law cases. They have the right support infrastructure to effectively advance public lawRead More →

MIAMI VALLEY — A mother who lost her two children this year to domestic violence has dedicated her life to being their voice as she continues to campaign for changes in how the justice system handles these complaints. “They weren’t just two small lives, they were huge, they were amazing,Read More →

New Jensen La Vendee 2 days ago Opposition leader Kamla Persad Bissessar during his press conference at the opposition leader’s office on Charles Street in Port of Spain. – Photo by Sureash Cholai OPPOSITION leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Tuesday accused former attorney general Faris Al-Rawi of polluting and contaminating theRead More →

The Northern Ireland Civic Forum has been unlawfully allowed to ‘wither away’ since its last session 20 years ago, the High Court heard today. The judge was told that Stormont was breaching a legal obligation to revive the advisory body created under the Good Friday Agreement. Belfast wife Eileen WilsonRead More →

The assistant deputy attorney general responsible for the prosecution service issued an unusual statement challenging the phrase “catch and release” and saying it was not the province that established the strong presumption in favor of pre-trial release A few weeks before the Independent Report on Prolific Offenders and Random StrangerRead More →

Justice Secretary Jesus Crispin Remulla speaks during the enhanced interactive dialogue on the High Commissioner’s report on the Philippines during the 51st Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland. Courtesy of DFA. MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines is “undertaking transformational reform” of its justice system, Justice Secretary Jesus Crispin Remulla hasRead More →

Published: 05/10/2022 18:09:23 Modified: 05/10/2022 18:05:06 A recent letter to the editor of the Daily Hampshire Gazette railed against the conviction and sentencing of former physiotherapist Edward Kostek, who a jury found guilty of sexually assaulting a patient he was caring for. Unfortunately, the writer resorted to old-fashioned victim blamingRead More →

Santander has dropped its High Court judicial review against the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) to look into mortgage overcharging. The review was intended to prevent the FOS from accessing historical changes in the standard variable rate (SVR) more than six years before a mortgage complaint was filed. Quanta Law, whichRead More →