Three of Britain's leading law bloggers discuss the legal issues of the day.
Without Prejudice | 14 December 2012
Charon QC, David Allen Green and Carl Gardner discuss Labour’s press standards bill, equal marriage and the church, the Justice and Security Bill, government changes to judicial review and the Law Commission on contempt of court and the de Silva review into Pat Finucane’s murder.
Without Prejudice | Leveson | 30 November 2012
Law blogger Charon QC talks to media lawyer and journalist David Allen Green, former government lawyer Carl Gardner and mature law student and Without Prejudice sound consultant Jez Hindmarsh about Lord Justice Leveson’s eagerly awaited report on the culture, practice and ethics of the press, his recommendations for independent self-regulation underpinned by statutory recognition, and […]
Without Prejudice | Contempt of Court special | 23 July 2012
Law blogger Charon QC talks to David Allen Green about contempt of court law with reference to the cases of Chris Jeffries, Levi Bellfield and the Milly Dowler murder, and the Birmingham riots.
Without Prejudice | Twitter joke appeal special | 27 June 2012
Law blogger Charon QC talks to solicitor David Allen Green about the rerun appeal in the Twitter joke trial case.
Without Prejudice | 8 June 2012
Charon QC chairs as Kim Evans, commissioning editor of The Justice Gap, and Carl Gardner discuss the conviction of the Spectator over the Rod Liddle piece on the Stephen Lawrence retrial, Hunt, Warsi and the ministerial code, the meaning of quasi-judicial, and Richard Moorhead’s plea for simpler laws.
Without Prejudice | 1 June 2012
Law blogger Charon QC talks to David Allen Green, Jessica Vautier and Carl Gardner about Julian Assange’s Supreme Court judgment, Abu Qatada, the Twitter joke appeal, social mobility and pay for trainee solicitors, and whether Britain should be a republic.
Informative and entertainig
A good level of analysis of legal developments. The main participants have a good rapport and provoke entertaining debates between them. I ways look out for the nest episode
Content nearly neutralised by form
Great content - truly - but the sound issues make the podcast nearly unusable. I can only listen to it at home amplified via stereo, quite loud, in order to hear everyone's contributions. And then I'm distracted by the (creepy-sounding) breathing of the loudest contributor. I hope they do sort it out.
Consistently interesting and relevant for the British public. This is a window into the conversations of those most interested in and knowledgable on our law, explained for the layman when required. And presided over by the sleepy lion voice of Charon QC.