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Blogs: Law for the Layman
We provide free tools, information and advice so that anyone can check the claims we hear from politicians and the media. Law section covers: Access to Justice; Brexit in law; Criminal law; Family law; How the legal system works; Human rights; Judicial diversity
Publisher: Everything Legal Ltd
Regularly updated blog covering a wide spectrum of legal topics.
Publisher: Rocket Lawyer
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Author: Kristin Heimark, solicitor
Real law for real people - a virtual room where you can read straight information about how the law works in real life
Speeding Success: the 75 in a 40 hopeless case
Acting as guarantor for a tenant: is it enforceable?
My Theft Mindmap
Setting aside a CCJ is easy, right? (Or what Mad Dog Mattis can teach us about supplying legal services)
These finding legal advice tips will amaze you
Liz Truss’s Domestic Violence Sleight of Hand
Legal Aid & the Myth of Doing More with Less
Private Parking fines: Should I pay or fight?
Online magazine about the law aimed at ordinary people (as opposed to lawyers, businesses etc).
Justice Gap and Proof over the Summer
Public legal education is fundamental to access to justice – and must be a priority
The Cardiff Five and the disclosure problems that ‘blight our justice system’
Prison assaults up 20% on previous year as ‘rising tide of violence’ continues
Proof magazine: A lesser kind of justice?
Highest number of police shootings recorded last year, says police watchdog
From prisoners to pensioners: UK Supreme Court finds direct discrimination in two landmark cases
‘This could be the most dramatic step forward for women’s rights in Northern Ireland in generations – but it is precarious’