Socialist Lawyer

Issue 58
01 June 2011
Socialist Lawyer
Pluto Journals

Table of contents

Back Matter
Front Matter
March together, strike together3
Will the Lib Dems save the Human Rights Act?4
Anti-EDL protest in Luton raises wider questions4
Sedley's rousing send-off5
British forces in Iraq must be fully accountable for deaths and torture claims6
Blair's legacy6
Coalition takes unequal stance7
Zimbabwe trials protest7
Unison activists' victory — against their own union8
New campaign launched to fight legal aid cuts9
Accountability needed for private security firms9
On the march for an alternative10
Inquiringly like-minded11
Kettling and criminalising protest: Kat Craig on the use of increasingly violent and oppressive tactics by the police12
Defending the right to protest: Fiona McPhail on the recent rebirth of protest and the legal clampdown16
Interview: Gareth Peirce: Majida Bashir andYasin Patel talk to one of the Haldane Society's Vice-Presidents18
US flops after leaks show: Pablo Navarrete on WikiLeaks and the added strains on US-Latin America relations23
Tunisia in revolt: Russell Fraser reports from a delegation to meet groups at the heart of the revolution24
Legal aid: women demand rights: Catherine Briddick on an important new research report from Rights of Women26
‘T-pims’: control orders lite? Russell Fraser analyses the Government's review of counter-terrorism31
Conscious decision: Lois S. Bibbings looks at the rights of conscientious objectors within the UK military34
Rising son37
Poisonous headlines38
Righting wrongs39
Protecting due process39