Families in Birmingham and Manchester will benefit from free legal advice thanks to a partnership between children’s charity Just for Kids Law and law firm Fieldfisher.
Just for Kids Law helped to shape the new rules which come as a result of a legal challenge by The Children's Society.
The new report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Knife Crime looks at the rising level of exclusions in England and makes a number of useful recommendations.
Jennifer Twite looks at the Home Secretary's law and order agenda and its crucial omission of criminal records reform.
‘We Belong – Young Migrants Standing Up’ builds on the success of Just for Kids Law’s Let Us Learn campaign.
Justin Johnson looks at a new report calling for more to be done to help children leaving custody to re-enter society.
Samuel Moss reflects on a summer spent challenging unfair school exclusions with Just for Kids Law.
The guide, jointly published by Just for Kids Law and the Howard League for Penal Reform, aims to reduce the overcriminalisation of children in care
Laura Cooper writes about the crucial role that youth justice lawyers have to play in reducing the criminalisation of looked after children at the police station.