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Sunday 28th June 2009

Jewish leaders are deeply concerned by a ruling from the Court of Appeal last week on school admissions policies. They are right to be concerned — although the judgment has been much misunderstood.

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Friday 26th June 2009
The Government's Parliamentary Standards Bill threatens MPs' free speech and upsets the "essential comity established between Parliament and the Courts", according to the Clerk of the House, Dr Malcolm Jack. The senior Commons official has submitted a devastating memo to the Justice Committee that threatens to blow the Bill out of the water.
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Thursday 25th June 2009
Less than five years ago, it was regarded as unprofessional for a barrister to refuse work from one side or the other in a criminal case. Now it's an entrenched reality.
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Thursday 25th June 2009
It is a shame that journalists are not taking the opportunity to report how family courts work, District Judge Lynne Roberts told the Today programme this morning. But nobody should be very surprised.
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Wednesday 24th June 2009

The Government's planned new Sentencing Council will not be able to function without more money, England's most senior judge said today.

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Monday 22nd June 2009
Starting a new blog is getting to be something of a habit for me. Last September, I launched the Daily Telegraph's first on-line law page.
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