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Welsh Law: A New Jurisdiction for Wales?

In 2020, the National Assembly for Wales will become the Welsh Parliament as the Wales Act 2017 come into force. With Welsh lawmakers set to be given greater powers and autonomy, has the time come to separate Welsh law from English law?

12:00, 11th February 2020
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The Biggest Challenges Facing the Legal Profession in 2020

"Commercial awareness" is perhaps the most overused and least understood phrase in the industry. Our look at the year ahead takes a broad approach to the topic, from Brexit and the criminal justice system to mental health and cybersecurity.

12:00, 14th January 2020
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'Under the Wig': An Interview with William Clegg QC

In a interview to mark the release of his book - Under the Wig: A Lawyer’s Stories of Murder, Guilt and Innocence - William Clegg QC, one of the country's most respected criminal barristers, talks to Keep Calm Talk Law about his book, cuts to legal aid, diversity at the Bar and much more.

12:00, 5th October 2018
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TV Review: Does ITV's 'Inside the Court of Appeal' do the Court Justice?

'Inside the Court of Appeal' was a documentary broadcast on ITV One that followed three criminal appeals. Although it provided a rare and invaluable insight into the workings of the Court of Appeal, it could be argued that it will not help secure public confidence in the criminal justice system.

12:00, 31st August 2018
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The Death of Copyright Law's Idea/Expression Dichotomy

For copyright law, a between ideas and expressions has long been considered to have foundational status. However, a number of recent judgments from both the English and EU courts have cast doubt on the extent to which that fundamental dichotomy really is applicable today.

12:00, 2nd February 2018
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Gilham v Ministry of Justice: Are Whistleblowing Judges Sufficiently Protected?

The act of whistleblowing can be of vital public importance: when undertaken by judges, it can shed light on practices that are causing manifest injustice. Yesterday's decision by the Court of Appeal represents another episode of one whistleblowing judge's attempts to secure greater protection.

12:00, 22nd December 2017
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