Clive Coleman takes his weekly look at the legal issues in the news.
The secrets of life behind bars, revealed in a new podcast series.
Should parents with a history of domestic abuse be allowed to see their children?
A look at a scheme to help vulnerable witnesses by letting them give pre-recorded evidence
Joshua Rozenberg asks what we can learn about the law and the constitution from Brexit.
Do juries believe in rape myths? An update on new research into what jurors really think.
US prosecutors want Julian Assange extradited - what are their chances of success?
Should a non-traditional background be a bar to joining the Bar?
What will happen to the European Union judiciary after Brexit?
Is our legal system failing victims of online abuse?
Inside the prison where inmates study alongside law students.
How a court in Coventry tries to solve social problems via the law.
Behind the scenes at the UK's top court
Can justice based on ancient tradition work better than a criminal court?
The extraordinary case that rewrote the way America is governed
Are the tech giants anti-competitive? And should having a past block a child's future?
Should serious crimes be tried by a judge alone? And bias against female lawyers in the US
Is face mapping a valuable tool in the fight against crime or a threat to civil liberties?
Does social media pose a threat to criminal justice and how can fair trials be ensured?
Are online courts a good idea? Joshua Rozenberg reports from Vancouver.
Should it be easier to end a marriage? Joshua Rozenberg investigates.
Lord chancellor and secretary of state for justice David Gauke speaks to Joshua Rozenberg.