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The Law Society Gazette The High Court today effectively killed off the Conservatives’ plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda after the cases of three claimants were finally disposed of. The ruling follows prime minister Keir Starmer’s announcement that the Rwanda scheme was ‘dead and buried before it started’ adding: ‘I’m not prepared to continue

Law & Crime get serious Senate Democrats want the Justice Department to launch a formal criminal investigation into Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. In a letter dated July 3, and released on Tuesday, Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden asked Attorney General Merrick Garland to appoint a special counsel over a series

The Supreme Court’s recent decision on presidential immunity threatens the survival of the American Republic. TweetSharePostEmailPrintLink Font Size: A A If the American Republic falls in the next few years—after its founding almost a quarter of a millennium ago—then the most immediate cause will be former President Donald J. Trump returning to power by winning what

The UK Law Soc Gazette KC who was among a group of high-profile Jewish lawyers who called for Israel to be guided by the law in its response to the Hamas attack has been appointed attorney general in the new Labour government. Richard Hermer KC, a barrister at Matrix Chambers and deputy High Court judge,

he Nigerian Bar Association – Security Agencies Relations Committee (NBA-SARC) vehemently condemns the heinous and unwarranted assault on a legal practitioner by a policeman attached to the State CID, Awka. This brazen attack on a member of the legal community is a gross violation of human rights and a stark reminder of the escalating menace