Are the UK's spy agencies breaking the law? We ask the man whose job it is to judge.
Does the PM have to ask Parliament before committing Britain to military action overseas?
Joshua Rozenberg discusses the most significant legal developments of the last 30 years.
Are online arguments and abuse on social media taking up too much police time?
Following a spate of high profile escapes, does the open prison system need reforming?
Evaluating the combative cross-examination techniques used in the Oscar Pistorius trial.
Why have government agencies consistently failed to recover the proceeds of crime?
A panel of experts and an audience in Liverpool ask: can we trust the police?
Appeal courts on TV, the job of a judge's clerk, and how feudal law affects homeowners.
Tough new laws for juries, lawyer-free litigants, and can you arrest Tony Blair?