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The JUSTICE Journal, was a six-monthly publication and essential reading for anyone interested in human rights and law reform. It promotes debate on topical issues relating to human rights and the rule of law. Each issue focused on JUSTICE’s core areas of expertise and concern:

  • Human Rights
  • Criminal Justice
  • Equality
  • EU Justice and Home Affairs
  • The Rule of Law
  • Access to Justice
  • The Constitution

Selected highlights

  • Iraq: the Pax Americana and the law  – Lord Alexander of Weedon QC – 2004 vol1 no1
  • Prosecuting by consent: a public prosecution service in the 21st Century – Ken Macdonald QC – 2004 vol1 no2
  • The definition of terrorism in UK lawEric Metcalfe – 2006 vol3 no1
  • Five years on from 9/11 – time to re-assert the rule of lawMary Robinson – 2006 vol3 no2
  • Towards a Bill of Rights and Responsibility – Rt Hon Jack Straw MP – 2008 vol 5 no1
  • Building a better society – The Rt Hon Lady Justice Arden DBE – 2008 vol5 no2
  • The False Promise of Assurances against Torture – Eric Metcalfe – 2009 vol6 no1
  • Towards a codified constitution –Stephen Hockman QC and Professor Vernon Bogdanor – 2010 vol7 no1
  • Legal aid: entering the endgame – Roger Smith2011 vol8 no1
  • The internet and legal services for the poor – Roger Smith – 2012 vol9 no1