Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR — 4 March 2019

This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes a murder reconsidered, a problematic privatisation, a ducked judicial challenge, and rental discrimination.

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‘Right to rent’ checks scheme unlawful


Murder conviction quashed in coercive control case

Probation services

NAO report condemns privatisation

Legal Professions

Judiciary response to McKenzie Friends consultation

Family law

Transparency Project patron


Pupillage Award open

Legally Baked

Dates and Deadlines

Discussion: Diversity and Social Mobility

Prevention of recidivism: trends in Japanese criminal policy

Survive & Thrive: Co-operation and Compromise — Strategies for Success

And finally…

Tweet of the week

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The ICLR publishes The Law Reports, The Weekly Law Reports and other specialist titles. Set up by members of the judiciary and legal profession in 1865.

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