The terms of s 2 of the Scotland Act 2016, which purports to enact the Sewel convention, give rise to some difficult constitutional questions for our courts, and Parliaments
New EU legislation is bringing the biggest shakeup in data protection law since 1998, with restated rights and duties that all concerned need to know about
How conflict can occur between cross-border jurisdictional rules in matrimonial cases, depending on the remedies sought, as a new decision highlights
An in-depth exploration of how the Family Law Act 1986 operates to determine jurisdiction in cross-border cases involving children, and the various procedures for enforcement within the UK
As more European countries legislate to weaken constitutional and human rights safeguards, the author maintains that only collective opposition to such measures will protect us from totalitarianism