A Brussels-based adviser analyses the CJEU’s decision on wearing religious symbols at work, against the conflicting advocate general opinions, and offers an insight into the practical implications
A trainee litigation lawyer welcomes the recent rolling out of court wifi access, and looks forward to further IT developments against the findings of a related SYLA survey
As the UK Government awaits the outcome of the UN Universal Periodic Review of its performance on human rights, this article highlights some of the concerns raised in reports to the review panel
The Northern Ireland decision Galo v Bombardier Aerospace UK is a groundbreaking one for the treatment of disabled people in court – but is it going to be followed elsewhere in the UK?
The scope for claiming nervous shock as a secondary victim in clinical negligence cases, in light of a recent Court of Appeal decision regarding injury sustained during childbirth