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Author: Charon QC, a lawyer, after a fashion
Awarded himself the title QC when the Lord Chancellor suspended the award for real lawyers. Now, as no-one can instruct him in any matter, or would wish to, he is free to comment as he wishes on matters which catch his attention.
Internet Newsletter for Lawyers
Internet Newsletter for lawyers.
Internet Newsletter for lawyers
Charon to be restaurant critic….
Guest Post: Cuts to Legal Aid mean “Guilty Will Go Unpunished”
Just a few thoughts… fortunately, I still have the ability to have some thoughts…
Rive Gauche: Just a pic…
Author: George Wilkinson, partner Ashfords
Autumn in London
Where are the good Germans?
From Holborn Viaduct
Sunday morning walking
“They only answered little liar . . . ”
Low water at Putney Pier: early morning
It ain’t gonna happen soon . . .
Author: Sir Henry Brooke
In my blog I hope to include memories of times past (and there may be quite a lot of these) as well as commentary on current issues.
Age Verification: Protecting Children on TV and the Internet
The new AdviceLocal postcode tool
PIPs: My evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee
The case of Liam Allan: failings in prosecution disclosure
My Monday message to the Criminal Bar Association
My talk at the Hackney Law Centre
Possession hearings & the closure of Lambeth County Court
Poor decision-making, Personal Independence Payments (PIPs) and PIP appeals
Author: A lawyer working in the North of Scotland with a sideline in IT
Buy Titled Plots from Atlantic Titles Ltd
Style Continuing Power of Attorney
Kant get service – putting it through the Mills
View through a Crystal Ball darkly…
Paying the Victim Bill
Torrents of Abuse
Reach out and Touchscreen
Author: David Allen Green, a lawyer and writer working in London
Critical and liberal views, usually on legal and policy issues.
Why the draft withdrawal agreement may be the only responsible option
Five arguments against a #PeoplesVote
A posthumous apology to Sir Doug Ellis
Theresa May and John Constantine
A “Burma Brexit” – why Remainers should allow the Brexit mandate to be discharged
The contexts of Thatcher’s Bruges speech of 1988
Why Brexit is both exciting and not exciting at all
Why has Brexit become a legal matter when it should be a political matter?
Author: Obiter J
I have had a life long interest in many aspects of law. Although I am now in retirement I continue to have interest particularly in criminal law, human rights, european union law and some aspects of international law.
Draft Withdrawal Agreement - November 2018 - No.3 - Transition
Draft Withdrawal Agreement - November 2018 - No. 2 - Preamble and Common Provisions
Draft Withdrawal Agreement - November 2018 - No.1
News of a Withdrawal Agreement ~ Humble Address (Number 2)
Brexit ~ Is a withdrawal agreement imminent?
A century ago ~ the Armistice
National Crime Agency (NCA)
National Crime Agency investigation ~ Brexit ~ Leave funding
Author: Christopher Lee
A blog of legal musings, penned to entertain, but with a view to honing skills necessary to seek a call to the bar.
Author: David Osborne, barrister
David Osborne is a successful and experienced barrister. His fields of expertise range from crime, prison law and personal injury, to family and matrimonial law.
Author: Tim Kevan
Tim Kevan is a barrister, a writer (of BabyBarista and Why Lawyers Should Surf fame) and a surfer. He writes and surfs.
Surf goggles: trying out Sportsviz's Aquaviz OTS Core
How a Will Is Legal and Why One Can Be Contested
Everything You Need to Know About Choosing a Medical Negligence Lawyer
Types of Cyber Crimes
The Role of Technology in Law.
Why it can be helpful to hire an attorney with a specialty
4 Questions to Ask Your Potential Lawyer (in the USA)
How can a law firm differentiate itself?