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Philippe Sands on Europe's Dark Past

East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity is a profound and vital work that explores how international justice was forged, and the two men,  Lauterpacht and Lemkin, who fought to establish the terms ‘crime against humanity’ and ‘genocide’ so firmly in our legal systems. Here, the author Philippe Sands QC, a Professor of Law at University College London and a barrister at Matrix Chambers, discusses the works that inspired his Baillie Gifford Prize longlisted book.

Non-fiction Book of the Month: Jeremy Hutchinson's Case Histories

Meet the barrister drawn to defend rogues and rule-breakers who famously defended Lady Chatterley’s Lover and Christine Keeler in the Profumo Affair.

The Dick Whittington Blues

The Dick Whittington Blues

Posted on 23rd Jan, 2014 by Guest contributor

Why should America have the monopoly on legal thrillers? Nick Stone's new novel shows that London can prove the perfect location for drama in and out of the court room...