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Keeping court bundles safe from the dark web

Recently, dozens of court bundles containing sensitive...

 Access and progression: My journey to the Bar

 Francesca Gardner is a barrister at Kings...

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Looking Beyond The Picture: How To Trust Video Evidence

By David Spreadborough, Certified Forensic Video Analyst I last wrote here for the Easter term of The Barrister in 2018 and honestly, where has the time gone? Considering all the troubles over the last two years though, it is not...

The Power of Patterns in Forensics

By Professor Angela Gallop CBE, Group CEO at Forensic Access Ltd  Patterns can change the...

Eight points to consider when appointing a forensic accountant as an expert witness  

One element of their advocacy skills barristers develop on their feet rather than in...

As with most things, the cheapest option is not always the best

Price is currently the main deciding factor for the instruction of an expert witness...

The collapse of FTX – the epitome of corporate failure

The collapse of FTX exchange continues to shake global confidence in cryptocurrencies. The 30 year-old CEO of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried has pleaded not guilty...

Computer Evidence: presume nothing, trust no software or data, engage an expert.  Costly?  Just look at the cost if you don’t.

Challenging the reliability of AI and other complex multi-connected intelligent computer systems will become of fundamental importance as businesses and society move rapidly towards...

Is your expert an expert?

By Mr R Scott-Watson, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Expert Witness & Disability Analyst APIL Expert The Civil Procedure Rules came into force in 1999. Coincidentally the need for...

Witch trials and children’s evidence in Seventeenth-Century England

After a sensational trial at the Lancaster assizes in 1612, the talk of the country was not the judges, advocates, witnesses, or defendants. It...

Cross-Examination: In search of a New Normal

  By Professor Jonathan Doak, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University and Professor John Jackson, School of Law, University of Nottingham Since the announcement of a...

To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny, or delay right or justice’

‘By Phillip and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers, reviews editors of the barrister magazine The Terror of Tyrants through the Ages, Magna Carta is Reassessed...

Can’t sell – won’t sell. Why ‘selling’ shouldn’t be a dirty word

Whilst the goal is ultimately to be the first name that comes to mind when a Solicitor or general counsel needs a Barrister, there...

FA’s inquiry into race allegations: kicking discrimination out of the field

The Parliamentary Inquiry into the racism allegations made against Mark Sampson and consequently the Football Association marked the end of a sorry chapter for...

What Black History Month Means to Me

Black History Month to me is about reflecting on the past, present and the future of Black People in the UK and beyond. It is...

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