#WithoutPrejudice 16: Justice & Security – Abu Qatada – Contempt – Occupy – Scotland referendum

Welcome to the first Without Prejudice of 2012.  We plan to resume the fortnightly series on Thursday 2nd February with a full panel – but tonight  I am going to review some topical issues with Carl Gardner (Head of Legal blog)

The Justice & Security Green Paper – Abu Qatada – The Occupy judgment  – Contempt of court and a quick look at the legal issues involved in the Scotland Independence referendum proposed by Alex Salmond.

Listen to the podcast

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In association with The Lawyer

I’d like to thank Lawtel, WestlawCassons For Counsel, City University Law School David Phillips & Partners Solicitors, Inksters SolicitorsIken, LBC Wise Counsel, Carrs Solicitors,  JMW Solicitors – Manchester, Pannone and Cellmark for sponsoring the podcast  – and the free student materials on Insite Law – appreciated.

2 thoughts on “#WithoutPrejudice 16: Justice & Security – Abu Qatada – Contempt – Occupy – Scotland referendum

  1. Excellent first Without Prejudice podcast for 2012! I must say, for what it’s worth, that I tend to agree with the Secretary of State for Scotland and the UK Government on the issue of whether Scotland has the legal power to hold a referendum. My reading of the Scotland Act leads me to that view, the same view I held in 2007 when the issue first arose after the SNP formed a minority Government in Scotland.

  2. Pingback: WithoutPrejudice 16: Justice & Security – Abu Qatada – Contempt – Occupy – Scotland referendum – Charon QC | Current Awareness

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