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TP wins pro bono innovation of the year award

TP wins pro bono innovation of the year award

We are rather chuffed to say that the day before yesterday we unexpectedly won an award. Wednesday night was the Bar Pro Bono awards ceremony, and we were in the running for the pro bono innovation award, as a result of our work getting legal blogging established in...

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‘Are you here because of the significant failure?’

‘Are you here because of the significant failure?’

As it happens I wasn't, and the lawyer who asked me this had assumed wrongly. I was attending court just to see what was on that day, and to use the legal blogging pilot to try to report a typical day in the life of a circuit judge. But I'd stumbled upon a case where,...

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The deprivation of liberty for 16 and 17 year olds

The deprivation of liberty for 16 and 17 year olds

We are very pleased to bring this Guest Post very kindly written by Victoria Butler-Cole QC, barrister at 39 Essex Chambers. Victoria tweets at @TorButlerCole We have previously written a post here which gives a brief outline of this case. This post goes into further...

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TP wins pro bono innovation of the year award

TP wins pro bono innovation of the year award

We are rather chuffed to say that the day before yesterday we unexpectedly won an award. Wednesday night was the Bar Pro Bono awards ceremony, and we were in the running for the pro bono innovation award, as a result of our work getting legal blogging established in...

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@DanBeale1 @Ed_Owen @johnnyoshea @Katie_Cronin ... but we regularly hear reports of journalists being turned away or challenged or being made to feel unwelcome (including it has to be said by professionals not just court staff). So there is much to be improved.

@DanBeale1 @Ed_Owen @johnnyoshea @Katie_Cronin Not really. Firstly because we don’t tend to go to magistrates court as we are all about family - and secondly because the legal blogging pilot *does* require us to sign in...court staff have always been helpful in our limited experience...