Socialist Lawyer

Issue 59
01 October 2011
Socialist Lawyer
Pluto Journals

Table of contents

Back Matter
Front Matter
Active solidarity3
Union leaders ‘refreshing’4
Genoa conference: solidarity in action4
Are employment judges biased against claimants?
Legislators in Europe and US could learn a lot from Ecuador6
Network hopes to help energise the left6
A chance to buy some modern Cuban art — and support the Miami Five7
‘They are separating families and ruining so many lives here, and for what?’8
Tower Hamlets defeats the EDL10
For many young people there is, simply, no way out11
Obituary: Kader Asmal12
Law clinics: Donald Nicolson asks if they help to create progressive lawyers for the future?14
England riots 2011: Camila Batmanghelidjh takes a look in the mirror16
Interview: Len McCluskey: Michael Goold meets a refreshing trade union leader
The cases of Al-Skeini and Al-Jedda22
The groundbreaking Court: Jon Robins gives a glowing report for The Family and Drug Court26
Same as the old boss? Victor Figueroa looks at Colombia, one year after the election of a new president28
Interview: Geoffrey Bindman: Owen Greenhall speaks to a pioneering knight30
The EU after Zambrano: Adrian Berry analyses recent judgement on EU rights of residence34
Testimony to everyday struggles37
Sparks fly38
Convicted of crimes they couldn't have committed38