Archive for October 1st, 2009

Insite law FREE resource project: Criminal Law Andrew Keogh, Barrister, is the author of our new free resource (text, lectures, case analyses) on Criminal Law. The project is being built from scratch and Chapter 1 and 2- are now up. Weekly instalments will follow.

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1st October: The Supreme Court is open for businessThe highest court in the land opens its doors to the public

What lawyers think of Blair’s legacy – the Supreme Court

Jenny Rowe, the CEO of the new Supreme Court

Today, as part of my series of podcasts for The College of Law Inside Track I talk to Jenny Rowe, the CEO of the new Supreme Court.

Jenny Rowe  gives a behind the scenes view of the new Supreme Court, the budget for running the court and the new technologies, events, publication of judgments with commentaries being employed to make the court more accessible to the public.

Listen to the podcast

And when you can get around to it… why not have a look at Colin Samuels’ round up of of blogs Round Tuit…. good… with a brilliant analysis of the child rapist Roman Polanski by Popehat.  I cannot, for the life of me understand why The French and other supposedly sane people are rushing to defend a man who raped a 13 year old child and fled the US jurisdiction to avoid justice .

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