Law and policy round-up: media law, Brevik and human rights, legal aid and access to justice

25th April 2016

The media, defamation and lawyers

Excellent post at Law Society Gazette on the state of current media law litigation, especially the impact of the Defamation Act 2013.

Breivik reminds us human rights never stand alone

Nick Cohen takes on the “what about Brevik” counterpoint to the concept of absolute human rights.

Legal aid cuts have led to surge in DIY defence, says charity

Good article (though one with a dull title) on the recent Transform Justice report. Includes this eye-catching example:

https://twitter.com/taxbod/status/724115206801108992

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