Leveson Editorials: Newspapers anxious over Inquiry’s outcome – Noelle de Guzman

5 07 2012

Staff-authored editorials on the Leveson Inquiry published in June, which amounted to 33 opinion pieces in total, show newspapers’ growing concern over the possible outcome of the probe into press standards as Lord Justice Leveson prepares to make his own recommendations after hearing evidence for more than eight months. Read the rest of this entry »





Inforrm Debate: On Jury Trials in Civil Cases – A view from the United States – Jack W. London

5 07 2012

I am a long-term member of the Jury Charge committee of my state bar in the United States, a committee that writes the legal instructions to the jury in civil cases, and was thus very pleased to observe the closing arguments and the Judge’s summing up to the jury in the recent trial of Cooper v Evening Standard and Associated Newspapers, a civil  jury trial that arose from a newspaper article that incorrectly reported that Mr. Cooper was a ringleader who organised the Millbank riots  in  November 2011.  Read the rest of this entry »