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The law and the press: a not always civil partnership

Law Reporting

In a recent High Court decision two major news organisations were found in contempt of court for their coverage of a major criminal trial. Coming just five days after the latest of the ICLR Encounters, in which much of the panel discussion centred on m…

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Daniel Hoadley’s Article for The Guardian

Law Reporting

One of ICLR’s finest Daniel Hoadley @danhlawreporter made front page of the Guardian yesterday with his article on the intriguing Hans Rausing case. To bury or not to bury…appears to be the question..read more here.http://m.guardian.co.uk/ms/p/gnm/op…

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Law Reporting

Would you like a weekly update on all the cases ICLR has published in the last week?Would you like to know which recent cases have been the subject of a free WLR (D) case summary accessible from any page on our portal or from the main law page of the G…

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BabyBarista – Barristers always judge a book by its cover

BabyBarista

OldSmoothie was lecturing the pupils at chambers tea today. “Remember this in all things and you can’t go far wrong: always judge a book by its cover.”“Don’t you mean that you shouldn’t always judge a book by its cover?” interrupted BusyB…

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Encounters with danger – the life of a frontline reporter

Reviews

When Jon Snow appeared in the first of the ICLR Encounters earlier this year, to discuss “The truth, the whole truth, or a version of the truth…” with novelist and former law reporter Elanor Dymott, she described his memoir Shooting History as presen…

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