Could you defend a guilty man? 

The 'Green Bicycle Case', ballistic evidence and the brilliant advocacy of Sir William Marshall Hall.

"Laugh baby, laugh for the last time."

How Mrs Barney was saved by Patrick Hastings, or how to commit the perfect murder.

Do judges make the law as they go along?

Shaw v DPP, morality, prostitutes and judges. (May not be suitable for some audiences, please contact the school and college liaison team if you have any queries).

The Duchess who Dared. An example of how precedent works.

The Headless Man case and the downfall of a Duchess. (May not be suitable for some  audiences, please contact the school and college liaison team if you have any queries).

Breaking the Rules?

How breaking the rules can be fun and why lawyers care.

Quack doctors in Victorian England.

Is a guarantee legally binding?

Hanged by a comma?

How Sir Roger Casement met his end because of punctuation. (May not be suitable for some audiences, please contact the school and college liaison team if you have any queries).

Is there anything you would not do?

The defence of necessity on the high seas.

Who killed 'Jack the Ripper'?

An innocent woman accused and our legal system found wanting. The trial of Mrs Maybrick.

Innocent until proven guilty?

How a young farmer changed the law of evidence and the burden of proof.