Without Prejudice | 17 February 2012

February 17, 2012

Law blogger Charon QC chairs as editor of The Lawyer Cat Griffiths and barrister Nichola Higgins join David Allen Green and Carl Gardner to talk about alternative business structures for legal services, prayers in the council chamber and oaths in court, whether judges should be involved in appraising advocates, the arrests of Sun journalists and legal blogging.


Without Prejudice | 10 February 2012

February 10, 2012

Law blogger Charon QC chairs, and David Allen Green returns to talk with Dr Evan Harris and Carl Gardner about what the Leveson inquiry into the press has achieved and what sort of change it might bring, and about this week’s appeal in the Paul Chambers Twitter joke case.

Without Prejudice | 3 February 2012

February 3, 2012

Law blogger Charon QC is back, talking with Professor Gary Slapper, Jerry Hayes and Carl Gardner  about why we need universities and law schools, whether human rights are left wing twaddle, the power of the state and Julian Assange’s Supreme Court appeal.

Without Prejudice Special | 22 January 2012

January 24, 2012

In this special podcast, law blogger Charon QC talks to Professor Gary Slapper, Director of New York University London, and Global Professor at NYU about proposals to restrict trial by jury, meddling European judges and Slapper’s new book…. “More Weird Cases”.

Without Prejudice | 20 January 2012

January 20, 2012

Law blogger Charon QC talks to Carl Gardner about the government’s justice and security green paper, Abu Qatada’s win in the European Court of Human Rights, this week’s High Court defeat for Occupy LSX, contempt of court online and Scotland’s referendum.

Without Prejudice | 20 November 2011

November 20, 2011

Law blogger Charon QC talks to David Allen Green about the newspaper hacking scandal, the cod law of “freemen on the land”, th politicisation of judges, legal aid cuts and privacy law.

Without Prejudice | 9 November 2011

November 9, 2011

Law blogger Charon QC talks to Carl Gardner about Attorney-General Dominic Grieve’s recent speech on Human Rights, the Assange judgment, Ken Clarke’s new sentencing proposals and the Brodie Clark v Home Secretary spat – in particular the relevance of Parliamentary Privilege. Plus legal aid cuts.

Without Prejudice | Nowhereisland special

October 13, 2011

Law blogger Charon QC talks to Carl Gardner about taking part in the Nowhereisland arts project and expedition to the Arctic to found the new island nation – including the question of what a state is in international law, and how to write a constitution for a new country.

Without Prejudice | 30 September 2011

September 30, 2011

Francis Fitzgibbon QC and Amanda Bancroft join Charon QC, David Allen Green and Carl Gardner for a criminal law special on riots sentencing, contempt of court, the execution of Troy Davis and clause 12 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill.

Without Prejudice | 12 August 2011

August 12, 2011

Dr. Evan Harris, David Wales and Adam Wagner join Charon QC, David Allen Green and Carl Gardner to discuss prosecuting and punishing rioters and looters, human rights news including the Al Skeini judgment, human rights groups’ withdrawal from the Gibson inquiry, and the Bill of Rights Commission, and finally Hackgate, and the Leveson inquiry’s terms of reference.