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The US Supreme Court: a broken cycle

"The court holds immense power, and politics is the operation of power - of course it would be political."

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Unapologetically Female

"You can imagine my surprise when, in the first two minutes of the her documentary, I’d witnessed a small elderly lady in her eighties lifting weights with the lyrics of Minneapolis rapper Dessa’s song ‘The Bullpen’ blazing over the top."

In Conversation with Baroness Hale

The diaries of Lord Hope, the first Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court, describe Baroness Brenda Hale: “Brenda is not easy to deal...

All Souls professor appointed to Supreme Court

A Barrister and Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple, Professor Andrew Burrows is Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford. He will join the Supreme Court on 2nd June 2020.

The uncertainty of Trump’s LGBTQ+ stance

Louis McEvoy argues that LGBTQ+ rights in America will be under attack, but perhaps not from Trump

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