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Introduction to advocacy
Examination in chief and re-examination by Nigel Pascoe QC
Honesty in advocacy
The art of cross examination by Nigel Pascoe QC
The Plea in Mitigation
The Beginner’s guide to the closing speech
The Archers Legal Advice
Did Helen get the best legal advice?
Helen now faces a legal nightmare
Grayling and burglars
R v. Stephen Gough  EWCA Crim 1079
Repealing the Human Rights Act
Drones over the countryside
Summing up – a precis or chance to show bias?
Interpreters against ALS
Out in the open
Roger Scruton on the fundamental principle of common law
Sam Wright and the unwilling prosecutor
The shocking case of David Bryant reveals the fallacy that we can always spot a liar
This is no time for rejoicing: Erdogan is pulling Turkey towards despotism
Don’t abuse the Brexit litigants: their action shows that we live in a free country
The Referendum now poses a serious threat to Parliamentary Democracy
We must remain in the EU for peace and prosperity.
The Psychoactive Substances Act is a bad law and the Government doesn’t even know what it means
It’s not wrong to consider John Beggs QC for barrister of the year
Trigger warnings are an insidious threat to academic freedom
Why is it legal to call someone a bull’s pizzle, but a crime to call him a codhead?
Is Helen guilty of murdering Rob? My Advice