Welcome to Without Prejudice. Tonight we discuss – The UKSC judgment in the Assange extradition, Twitter Joke Trial, Abu Qatada, Social mobility and diversity in the legal profession and Monarch
(During the podcast I made an error in referring to Mr David Hart QC – in his excellent summary of the Assange judgment on the UK Human Rights blog- as Mr Hunt. I apologise unreservedly. I had been watching far to much of the Leveson Inquiry earlier in the day where Mr Jeremy Hunt MP was put through his paces by Mr Robert Jay QC. Mr Hunt is often on my mind. It was David Hart QC who wrote the excellent summary!)
30 May 2012
Assange (Appellant) v The Swedish Prosecution Authority (Respondent)
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