Geoffrey Bindman is visiting professor of law at University College London and London South Bank University.
Published in: HomeWe should bridge the earnings gulf between legal aid and commercial lawyers
Much of the income of City law firms comes directly from the public purse at many times legal aid rates. How can...
The rule of law fights back
The recent Supreme Court decision on employment tribunal fees is a victory for our constitution. This is the rule of...
Published in: openDemocracyUKUK government wants to move justice online - but can computers perform essentially human functions?
Online courts may replace justice, empathy and judgment with compromise and efficiency.
Jumping aboard the gravy train
While commercial law firms continue to declare annual profits amounting to hundreds of millions, cuts to legal aid...
Trump, the judiciary and politics
As the UK media react in anger against the High Court’s involvement in Brexit, America prepares to wave goodbye to...
Crowdfunding and access to justice
Should members of the public make up the access to justice deficit?