It has been some time since I had The Queen over to Charon TV. Tonight she talks turkey about government and then talks about the cricket, Slumdog Millionaire and Sir Allen Stanford, the Texan Billionaire.
Archive for February 23rd, 2009
Lawcast 107: Peter Crisp, Dean and CEO of BPP Law School on the LPC and legal education today.
Today I am talking to Peter Crisp, Dean and Chief Executive of BPP Law School and Alison Wells, Director of the LPC programme, about BPP’s new LPC plans and the state of legal education in these recessionary times generally.
Lawcast 106: Roger Smith, Director of Justice, on civil liberties and human rights.
Today I am talking to Roger Smith OBE a solicitor who has been director of JUSTICE since November 2001. He has been director of legal education and training at the Law Society; director of the Legal Action Group; solicitor to the Child Poverty Action Group and director of West Hampstead Community Law Centre. He is an honorary professor at the University of Kent and a visiting professor at London South Bank University.
Roger Smith explains what Justice does… but we then discuss the concerns raised by Lord Phillips, the former Chief Justice and now senior Law Lord, and the concerns of Sir Ken McDonald, David Davies, former MI5 Chief Stella Rimington and even David Blunkett, a former Home secretary only today, that our liberties are being eroded needlessly.
23rd February: Daily Legal News up on Insite Law – large news update and addition of a new Ministry of Justice news section on Insite.
The latest issue of The Insite Weekly Newswire is up on Insite Law (If you would like your copy to be emailed to you weekly, please sign up – top right Insite Law front page).I have added a new Law Reports section at the foot of the front page of Insite Law.
Congratulations to Blawg Review for reaching 200th Edition
It is a good one written by the mysterious Mr Ed himself. Congratulations also to Colin Samuels for getting Blawg Review of The Year 2008 – his fourth straight win. Read Blawg Review #200