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Podcasts in law – a selection

It’s been a while since we’ve done a roundup of legal podcasts and, as the summer gives way to autumn, with new terms both legal and academic due to start soon, we thought it might be useful to look at some of the new ones and remind ourselves of some of the established favourites.  Continue reading

Book review: Guilty until Proven Innocent, by Jon Robins

Jon Robins anatomises a criminal appeals system that appears to prioritise public confidence over individual fairness, that only grudgingly admits miscarriages of justice and that, even then, fails to compensate its victims unless they prove the very innocence they were presumed to have had in the first place. Continue reading