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Hi so I founded a law society at my secondary school where we will typically debate/ talk over a case that is quite controversial. In the past we have done cases such as R v Blaue and the Ashers Bakery case. Does anyone know of any good cases/ any good websites with cases on them that we could do? We would love to look at other types of law other than criminal/ hr law but any are good

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The Supreme Court website has a list of cases and judgements.
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Hi so I founded a law society at my secondary school where we will typically debate/ talk over a case that is quite controversial. In the past we have done cases such as R v Blaue and the Ashers Bakery case. Does anyone know of any good cases/ any good websites with cases on them that we could do? We would love to look at other types of law other than criminal/ hr law but any are good

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You may find Ghaidan v Godin-Mendoza [2004] UKHL 30 interesting, and maybe the Belmarsh case (A and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2004] UKHL 56).

(Other) famous cases that could be interesting to discuss are:

  • Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] UKHL 100 (which founded the modern law of negligence),
  • R v Dudley and Stephens 14 QBD 273 (which is a very interesting case!),
  • R v Jogee; Ruddock v The Queen (Jamaica) [2016] UKSC 8 (which completely changed the law on joint enterprise in criminal law),
  • Michael v Chief Constable of South Wales [2015] UKSC 2 (another important tort case), and;
  • Ivey v Genting Casinos [2017] UKSC 67 (which changed the test for dishonesty in theft).
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