The FBI has requested an expansion of their ability to hack into suspects’ computers. Stock photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

(...)’s ability to hack into suspects’ computers. At the FBI’s request this week, the supreme court ruled that(...)

Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff at the opening ceremony of the National Conference on Human Rights. Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters

(...) mobilisation in her defence, Rousseff might instead fall back on another appeal to the supreme court, which has(...)

(...) abortion in international law. The International Law Association, our own Supreme Court, and an(...)

A March 2014 photograph made available this week, shows asylum seekers at the  Manus Island detention centre in Papua New Guinea. Photograph: Eoin Blackwell/EPA

(...) opportunity,” Turnbull told Australian radio. Lawyers in Papua New Guinea will go the country’s supreme court(...)

Marissa Mayer: activist investors say she should be fired for mismanaging Yahoo. Photograph: Reuters

(...) state supreme court. The pattern persisted. Was there a situation in which a man was judged more(...)

This file picture released from North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on March 25th, 2016 shows Kim Dong-Chul addressing a news conference in Pyongyang. Photograph: KCNA/AFP/Getty Images

(...)’s Supreme Court found Kim guilty of crimes and espionage and subversion of under Articles 60 and 64 of the(...)

The Supreme Court has unanimously agreed to ask the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to determine whether a man’s accountancy exam paper counts as personal data. File photograph: Getty Images

The Supreme Court has unanimously agreed to ask the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU(...)

The judgment in the Digital Rights Ireland case – in which the court threw out the existing EU Data Retention Directive – was a sweeping defence of human rights.

(...), and as impossible to ignore, as US Supreme Court. And that the buck, too, stops with the ECJ.

Members of the public prepare for a parade marking the 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare, in Stratford-upon-Avon.  Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images

(...),000-plus signatories, including those of US supreme court justices and a number of former Hamlets(...)

Mr Justice Paul McDermott confirmed a finding of misconduct against Michael  O’Sullivan made by a Law Society Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal  over deducting without agreement monies due to the client following settlement of a personal injuries case in February 2004.

(...) conduct which was rejected by the High Court and Supreme Court. He more recently initiated a case, which(...)