Times Law Awards: Winners
Download the winning essays from previous competitions:
- 2013: Privacy and the Press: is state regulation in the public interest?
- 2012: Cameras in court: justice's loss or gain?
- 2011: Justice under the axe: can the Government's cuts be fair?
- 2010: Supreme Court UK: Radical change, or business as usual?
- 2009: Should people in the public eye have a right to privacy?
- 2008: In the bank or under the bed: Should the law protect your money?
- 2007: Extradition to foreign courts: are our laws fair?
- 2006: Terrorism -v- Human Rights - Where do you draw the line ?
- 2005: Tesco Law: The Shape of Things to Come? Will Clementi be good for consumers but bad for lawyers?
- 2004: Constitutional Reform: Will the justice system benefit?
- 2003: Victims or Defendants - Can there be Justice For All?
- 2002: International terrorists: What role should the law play?
- 2001: Ethical Dilemmas: Who should decide – lawyers, scientists or God?
- 2000: Crimes against humanity: Who has the right to intervene?
- 1998: Access to justice – who pays the price?
- 1997: Privacy and the Press: Is Law the answer?
- 1996: Law Lords in the 90’s – a new Supreme Court
- 1995: Advocacy – what is its future?