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12 Dec 2011, 12:54 am by Anita Davies
In an interesting post on the UK Human Rights blog, Adam Wagner analysed the increase in the number of ‘top judge says’ headlines and the impact this has on judicial decision making and media portrayals of the judiciary. [read post]
24 Nov 2011, 2:39 pm by Charon QC
Law’s problem with alcohol is slowly being addressed – but is still hush-hush | Alex Aldridge I read with interest this brutally honest and well written account of alcoholism -  Law Society Gazette: Anthony Bogan, a former Law Society Council member who stood for President in 1996, endured the terrifying realisation that he was an alcoholic, but found that there was light at the end of the tunnel AND FINALLY… a few blogs and articles  which caught my eye… Auntie Em from Legal Cheek writes:… [read post]
16 Nov 2011, 11:53 am by Charon QC
What he said was rightly criticised by both Legal Bizzle and Adam Wagner at the UK Human Rights Blog but I’ve taken a slightly different angle – focusing on why protesters and the left, in particular, should give freemanism short shrift: The “freemen on the land” meme isn’t just dangerous: it’s politically unattractive, too. [read post]
2 Nov 2011, 7:54 am
legalweek Human rights barrister Adam Wagner takes a closer look at today's developments in Julian Assange's appeal against extradition... [read post]
31 Oct 2011, 5:48 am by Anita Davies
Meanwhile, the attorney-general Dominic Grieve gave what Adam Wagner referred to as a ‘refreshingly grown-up argument on human rights reform’, outlining why the government felt it necessary to replace the Human Rights Act with a Bill of Rights. [read post]
28 Oct 2011, 9:46 am by Charon QC
Anyway… all done in the best possible taste and not to be taken seriously…. so to more sensible matters – albeit briefly.. and as I was unable to Eyes Only yesterday – put a few blog posts and newspaper articles  I have enjoyed reading this week before you: Legal Week:  ‘He’s a human rights lawyer, you know’ – barrister Adam Wagner on what drew him to a career in human rights law Anna Raccoon casts a caustic eye over the OccupyLsx occupation at St Pauls: The… [read post]
7 Oct 2011, 4:07 pm by Charon QC
We hope that Hugh Tomlinson QC, a leading light on privacy and other legal matters, and Adam Wagner of 1 Crown Office Row and The UK Human Rights blog – will be able to join us – work permitting. [read post]
7 Oct 2011, 2:31 am by Charon QC
For a sensible analysis of the issue – pop over to Adam Wagner on the UK Human Rights blog.  [read post]
4 Oct 2011, 2:49 am by Anthony Fairclough, Matrix Law
Over at the UK Human Rights Blog, Adam Wagner sums it up by saying: “There is plenty of nonsense out there about the Human Rights Act.” [read post]
20 Sep 2011, 12:05 am by Charon QC
Adam Wagner asks if  the seminal Shayler case would be useful to The Guardian.  [read post]
11 Sep 2011, 8:05 am by Charon QC
Adam Wagner’s contribution  (another lawyer singled out for an ‘Aldridging’) to ‘enlightenment’ in the excellent UK Human Rights blog may well bring him and others a higher profile – but it is all free and I am more than happy to see Wagner and others gain benefit should that happen as a result of the first class law blogging. [read post]
25 Aug 2011, 1:39 pm by Charon QC
Adam Wagner and the UK Human Rights blog has this news: President of Family Division’s press release on paedophile allegations case With thanks to the Judicial Press Office, below is the full press release from the President of the Family Division in a case involving a “super injunction”, John Hemming MP, false allegations of pedophilia and some poor press reporting. [read post]
21 Aug 2011, 9:28 am by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
Polk Wagner (Penn) [252 downloads] Making Sense of Fair Use, by Neil W. [read post]
15 Aug 2011, 2:56 pm by Charon QC
I hosted a Without Prejudice podcast on the subject last week with regular panelists Carl Gardner, David Allen Green and guests Dr Evan Harris, solicitor David Wales and human rights barrister Adam Wagner. [read post]
11 Aug 2011, 4:29 pm by Charon QC
David Allen Green and Carl Gardner is at the table as always and we are joined by former Lib-Dem MP Dr Evan Harris, David Wales, a lawyer in private practice – a criminal law specialist and blogger  –   and Adam Wagner, a practising barrister at 1 Crown Office Row and editor of the UK Human Rights blog. [read post]
10 Aug 2011, 1:57 pm by Charon QC
David Allen Green and Carl Gardner will be at the table as always and we are joined by former Lib-Dem MP Dr Evan Harris, David Wales, a lawyer in private practice  and Adam Wagner, a practising barrister at 1 Crown Office Row and editor of the UK Human Rights blog. [read post]
2 Aug 2011, 1:54 pm by familoo
Thanks to Adam Wagner at UKHR Blog for alerting me to today’s* publication of “A joint publication of The President of the Family Division, the Judicial College and the Society of Editors” entitled “Media Access & Reporting”, which comes just as I was about to put finger to keyboard and begin to type a blog post containing a proposal in respect of that very topic…Of which more momentarily… Apparently the document arises from “a group of lawyers and journalists,… [read post]
29 Jul 2011, 3:31 am by Blog Editorial
On the subject of judicial diversity, only last month Adam Wagner, whilst asking “who should appoint our top judges”, suggested that Wilson and Sumption “may be the last [Supreme Court Justices] to be appointed under the current system” because of the Lords Constitution Select Committee Inquiry into the Judicial Appointment Process. [read post]
27 Jul 2011, 10:32 am by Charon QC
Lucy Reed, barrister and author of The Pink Tape blog, has a thoughtful piece on Clare’s law in the Guardian this week: Why Clare’s Law won’t prevent domestic violence Making law accessible to the public Adam Wagner, I Crown Office Row and editor of the excellent UK Human Rights blog has a good piece in The Guardian this week: As legal aid reforms threaten access to lawyers, there are three relatively inexpensive ways to improve public access to law.   [read post]