1st January - Law News

Edition 4023: LawNewsIndex is a UK based daily legal news archive on Law, Lawyers, Law Firms, Justice, Jurisprudence, Legislation, Litigation, Legal Ethics & Human Rights since 2011.

Season's Greetings to all readers!
Today's Highlighted Video Story: Fireworks have lit up the sky in Australia and New Zealand as New Year’s Eve celebrations begin

Saturday Conversations on Law

  • Unassuming but steeped in history - The Great Western Building where Bombay High Court first sat | Bar & Bench #India 
  • Julian Assange will request leave from the high-security Belmarsh Prison to attend Vivienne Westwood's funeral. Dame Vivienne was a vocal supporter and friend of Assange for more than a decade, famously protesting against his incarceration 
  • Law firm tackles loneliness with new bookshop - Legal Cheek 
  • Dominic Raab ‘deceptively and deliberately’ undermined me as victims’ tsar, says Vera Baird 
  • How I secured my UK training contract as an international student - Legal Cheek 
  • Post-Roe and Women Under Carceral Surveillance – Health and Human Rights Journal 
  • #US police say they have arrested a criminology graduate in the mysterious killings of four university students in the state of Idaho over six weeks ago. Police named the suspect as Bryan Christopher Kohberger, 28 
  • One lawyer's journey from criminal barrister to top City tax partner - Legal Cheek 
  • Menstruation, Myopia, and Marginalization: Advancing Menstrual Policies to “Keep Girls in School” at the Risk of Exacerbating Inequalities – Health and Human Rights Journal 
  • Anger as #Pakistan court frees rapist after he agrees deal to marry his victim 
  • Top tips for non-law students looking to get a TC - Legal Cheek 
  • Trump's tax returns reveal president's foreign bank accounts #US 
  • Passengers arriving in England from #China will have to provide a negative Covid test before they board a flight, ministers have confirmed. It comes as several nations announced they would be screening travellers from China after cases surged 
  • Starmer doesn’t have to follow the Tories on immigration to win – a humane approach could still lead him to No 10