Is life at the bar - the criminal bar that is – all it seems as depicted in those courtroom dramas. Former criminal barrister Jennifer McKelvin and Deputy Director of the Lawyers Christian Fellowship joins In the Dock to give us a typical day in the life.
Former criminal barrister and deputy director of the Lawyers Christian Fellowship Jennifer McKelvin joins Sir Jeremy Cooke and Ranti Williams to discuss the latest developments in the criminal bar strike.
Rachel Huston speaks to Michael Koh about how countries can pull out of treaties and maintain international relations and Sir Jeremy Cooke and Ranti Williams look at international relations in the The Bible.
Rachel Huston speaks to Christian lawyer Matthew Koh, Ranti Williams and retired High Court Judge Sir Jeremy Cooke to ask if international law serves any point if nations don’t have to be held to account.
Intellectual Property Lawyer Dominic Hughes discusses a case which asked whether it was ok make the sale of embryos for research into life-saving medical treatments legal.
Featuring Sir Jeremy Cooke and Rachel Huston.
Are you being called the bar? Maybe a job in justice is on the books? In this week’s In the Dock we hear from two Christian lawyers who believe working in law is their mission and can be for you too. Featuring Sir Jeremy Cooke and Dominic Hughes.
How do you make sure you’re following the law on The Internet? Copyright brief Dominic Hughes steers Rachel Huston and Sir Jeremy Cooke through the murky waters of international copyright to ascertain when copying is actually just stealing.
Retired high court judge Sir Jeremy Cooke, EU lawyer Alan Bates and Ranti Williams chew over the issue of Brexpats wanting to retain their EU citizenship. Where are there examples of dual citizenship in the bible. Plus, does a world where robots do all our work sound like heaven or hell.
ADF’s Laurence Wilkinson and Sir Jeremy Cooke debate the benefits of a new private members bill which seeks to protect doctors and nurses from taking part in operations that compromise their conscience.
Rachel Huston and retired high court judge Sir Jeremy Cooke take a further look ahead to some of the legal topics they’ll be chewing over in this series of In the Dock including whether Christians should welcome compulsory mental health education in schools, a tax on sugar and of course the latest developments in Brexit.
Retired High Court Judge Sir Jeremy Cooke and Rachel Huston look ahead to some of the topics they’ll be discussing on a new series of In the Dock tackling questions such as should sexual harassment be a crime? Are there are enough black judges on the bench and should Christians invest in bitcoin?
Britain’s top media judge Sir Michael Tugendhat joins Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston to talk about the freedoms and motivations of the press and question what really is in the public interest.
Discrimination solicitor Mark Bainbridge joins Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston to talk through how people with disabilities fair under the law and how God used key figures in the bible and their perceived weaknesses to further his kingdom.
In a special edition of In the Dock we’re taking a look at the laws in the book of Leviticus; who were they written for and are they still have relevance today? Featuring Sir Jeremy Cooke, Professor Jonathan Burnside, Rabbi Maurice Harris and Derek Tidball.
Retired High Court Judge Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston take a legal look at the birth of Christ. Why were Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem? Who were the Magi and why did they flee to Egypt? Focusing on the laws of the land we discuss how the Gospel writers included details historical details to point to what makes this story so significant. This programme is in two parts.