Dr Steve Foster, Associate Professor in Law at Coventry University, examines a rare decision of the European Court that upholds freedom of expression over religious sensibilities.
Rebecca Gladwin-Geoghegan and Dr Steve Foster comment on the recent decision in Traylor v Kent and Medway NHS Social Care Partnership Trust  EWHC 260 (QB)
Dr Steve Foster reflects on the divorce proceedings between the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, their impact on modern privacy cases and how the case may have been treated differently if it were to be heard now.
Dr Steve Foster examines the judgment in Pal v United Kingdom (Application No. 44261/09, decision of the European Court of Human Rights 30 November 2021) and its impact on freedom of expression in harassment proceedings.
Dr Steve Foster, examines the limitations to judicial review in light of the ‘Good Law Project’ case.
Dr Steve Foster discusses the recent ruling by the European Court in the ‘gay cake’ case: Lee v United Kingdom, application No. 188060/19, decision of the European Court (admissibility) 6 January 2022.
Dr Steve Foster considers the arguments against the government’s recent proposals to reform the Human Rights Act 1998.
Dr Foster examines the issues of justiciability and the upholding of the rule of law, following the decision in R. (on the application of the FDA) v Prime Minister and Minister of the Civil Service  EWHC 3279 (Admin)
This post presents recently published work by Dr Katrien Steenmans on the use of blockchain technology in the waste management sector, co-authored by Dr Phillip Taylor (Trilateral Research and University of Warwick) and Dr Ine Steenmans (University College London).
This blog post summarises some of the findings of a recent report published by Natural Resources Wales. It highlights how climate change is expected to cause future flooding in certain areas in Wales.