The Judiciary - Page 2

Beijing overrules Hong Kong courts to allow authorities to bar British barristers from security law trials

Controversial ruling undermines integrity of Hong Kong’s legal system, critics claim

Black judges to be under-represented until 2149, says Law Society of England and Wales

‘Glacial pace’ of progress on diversity also sees women and Asian judges held back according to new analysis

Gender balance at Australia’s top court tips in favour of women for first time

Major landmark welcomed; but men make up 75% of latest New South Wales Senior Counsel appointments

Jones Day partner named as Western Australia's first Aboriginal Supreme Court judge

Global firm praises Michael Lundberg's 'outstanding legal acumen and personal integrity' ahead of 'historic move'