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Members of the trade union for Magistrates’ Courts Staff took part in a rally in Birmingham today protesting against plans to transfer their jobs to the private sector.
So what do we make of the current copyright regime? Join in the debate at The Ropewalk, 15-20 St. Paul’s Square, Birmingham
Birmingham student Jodie Anderson graduates this summer with a BA Honors in History from the University and has an exciting future ahead with a fully funded law conversion course and barrister training placement.
Tv news station Sky has admitted it hacked into emails for a story…but it was in the public interest. The public what? asks Richard Lutz Earlier this week James Murdoch left the board of Sky. He said he didn’t want his other troubles with creepy News of the World and the deluded and deranged Sun…
by Richard Lutz The Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei today was banned from videoing himself at home and posting it on a website. Whether he is doing this for artistic reasons- a kind of self imposed voyeur’s piece de resistance– or whether he is doing it in protest against state snooping- a real piece of…
Richard Lutz considers how the law needs to start sprinting to catch up with the modern world of on-line thought dumps.
The Court of Appeal will today hear the Government’s challenge to last month’s High Court ruling that its solar subsidy cuts are illegal.
The Mushroom highlights conflict in existing and planned planning law.
The UK Government has seen sense in calling for an end to the “epidemic of excuses” wrongly citing health and safety
Owners of Birmingham’s private care homes have lost a legal battle to force a judicial review of the city’s council payment freeze to look after elderly patients.
It may have received a bad press lately, but Dave Woodhall reckons our legal system is still something to be proud of.
Dave Woodhall looks at the latest twist in the superinjunction saga. Haven’t they all got better things to do with their time?
Despite the insults hurled his way, the Birmingham Press believes in setting the record straight.