Forensic science is more advanced than ever, but the art of interpreting it is still lagging behind – and potentially undermining trust in justice.
The University of Glasgow will spend £20 million over the next 20 years, with funding mainly coming from research grants and donations.
Anonymity, funding and sensitive hearing are to name but a few of the reforms India has taken to ensure children are more protected in trafficking legal cases.
The world needs innovation, wherever it comes from. A cheaper, more streamlined system for filing patents will level the playing field.
The reason for the ban is to protect “marginalized groups” that could be harmed by the technology.
Research shows that people's opinions on democracy are closely linked to their views on the current economic outlook, as well as trust in courts, media and other factors.
Inspired by insects, this new drone has flexible arms that allow it to withstand high wind speeds and perform in conditions where other drones would fail.
By leveraging the law, the economy can be stimulated when it hits the so-called zero-bound level.
Lawmakers in New Zealand voted almost unanimously on Wednesday to change gun laws, less than a month after its worst peacetime mass shooting, in which 50 people were killed in attacks on ...
Eight hundred thousand Tutsis and moderate Hutus were murdered.
The second largest economy globally has legal innovations the world should hear about. In enhancing access to justice, China is developing a vibrant emerging market for “lawtech” or “lega...
Other western countries could learn from the Norwegian approach to incarceration, which prioritizes rehabilitation through education, support and quality of prison living conditions.
Estonia has commissioned the creation of a new AI 'robot-judge' to help clear the backlog in the country's small claims court system.
China has the most women within its legislative body at 742, followed by the UK at 416, but they make up just 25% and 29% of each country's total respectively.
A decade after the 2008 financial crisis, faith in markets' self-regulating abilities once again lies in tatters, writes former Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis.