International Criminal Court opens investigation into crimes against humanity in Myanmar

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has opened an investigation into the alleged ethnic cleansing of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

Published 15 November 2019

David Bell: Accounting issues in unfair prejudice claims

David Bell considers unfair prejudice claims in business disputes and how the role of the forensic accountant can play a part in resolving these.

Published 15 November 2019

Deals roundup

Published 15 November 2019

England: Number of offenders in criminal justice system hits 50-year low

The number of offenders passing through the criminal justice system has fallen to its lowest level in 50 years, according to official figures.

Published 15 November 2019

Scottish students to explore 'green criminology'

A university is expanding its criminology programme to explore perceptions surrounding the actions of climate change activist groups like Extinction Rebellion.

Published 15 November 2019

Our Legal Heritage: Faculty’s Royal Mile buildings

As you would expect of properties in Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, the Faculty of Advocates’ Lord Reid Building and Mackenzie Building are steeped in history.

Published 15 November 2019

And finally... collared

Prison authorities have captured an inmate's cat which was being used to smuggle drugs into the jail.

Published 15 November 2019

Rights watch

A round-up of human rights stories from around the world.

Published 15 November 2019

Law graduate rejected by potential employers over childhood admonishment

A law graduate was rejected for various jobs after being forced to disclose a childhood offence he committed while in care, The Times reports.

Published 14 November 2019