The legal profession has always been closely related to media and investigative journalism, and that relationship is multifaceted, vital and often difficult.
Here we have interviews with experts who cast light on how it all works.
When international criminal tribunals deal with accusations of crimes against humanity, media scrutiny is ferocious and reputations fragile.
Michele DeStefano of University of Miami on why communications and law are becoming yin and yang professions
A professional who ‘defies categorization’, Michele DeStefano is a highly ranked ‘Legal Rebel’ who researches and writes about the growing intersections between law, business, and legal innovation.
With lawyers underwhelmed by litigation evidence, Nick Bortman co-founded Raedas, a corporate investigations consultancy purely focused on contentious work.
What exactly are McMafia laws and what does it have to do with Mrs Hajiyeva spending £16 million in Harrods?