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Modernising Justice through Technology

In a recent speech the President of The Queen’s Bench Division, Sir Brian Leveson, articulated a vision of the criminal justice system that embraces the use of modern technology. Sir Brian highlights in his speech the need for the justice system to approach the benefits new technology can bring, not simply to build greater use…


Survivors UK: A struggle to survive.

The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 recognised in law, for the first time, that rape, a dreadful and devastating crime, could be committed against, not just by, a man. Previously it was an offence that could only ever see men as perpetrators and not victims. The recognition that men could also be victims…


One Nation

So the general election is behind us and we got a clear result; no horse trading over votes (for now) and one party that can now begin to implement its manifesto. But the hope must be, as it is always, that the listening mode of the politicians that is such a part of every election…


Legal Aid- A Price Worth Paying?

Legal aid has been given a heightened profile in the run up to the general election in two days’ time. A letter to The Guardian newspaper over the weekend, signed by a range of many distinguished and informed heavyweights from the legal, medical and social care world makes a good case for a fresh look…


Language – why we need to get it right!

There is a fascinating and pertinent article in The Journal of April 25th written by Mia Doering. It’s all about language and, specifically, the language that surrounds and informs the reality of sexual violence against women and girls. . The article is both pertinent and fascinating because it is, indeed, language that not only informs…