Posts tagged "justice"


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The Cost of Saving: How Litigants in Person are Denied Access to Justice


Written by James Cunningham, Graduate Diploma in Law Student at Nottingham Law School (2017-18)
The legal system of England and Wales is in crisis. This is not news to anyone who has taken so much as cursory interest in it in the past few years.


Not only must justice be done; it must also be seen to be done.


LLB Law with Criminology student Jack Harvey recently won second place in the annual Kevin De Silva competition with this essay on whether cameras should be allowed in court.


Should you really get a lesser sentence for an early guilty plea?


The Sentencing Council recently announced draft proposals to more tightly define the rules concerning the sentence reductions available to defendants who plead guilty early.


Legal aid cuts hit even our most prominent

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On Thursday April 10th, 2014 Nigel Evans, MP was cleared by the Crown Court in Preston on nine charges of sexual assault and no doubt, he emerged a very happy man but clearly, once he had overcome the sense of relief, he looked at his legal bill and

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