Bywire News - According to various studies, many people in the UK do not have a complete understanding of their legal rights. — Within the Law, aims to change all that, offering an independent, accessible platform which makes the law more interesting by attempting to produce coverage that is free from overly indulgent, complex language. Each day, the legal news publisher has fresh updates on major cases, new developments and key issues affecting the legal sector in the UK and the City of London.
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom is of course the highest court in the land, as well as reporting on it, Within the Law will also report more commonly on the Crown Court and the High Court of Justice, with many exciting civil cases primed for 2021, interest is sure to be popular.
“2020 has been a difficult year for many industries, including the legal sector, with court closures and the challenges of remote working,” says Michael O’Sullivan, CEO Bywire News. “Within the Law will offer a fresh voice in legal reporting covering major developments and cases from around the world.”
Bywire tested its new channel in July and has been impressed with the steady audience growth. The legal publication has reported on a number of major cases including the controversial ENRC versus the SFO and Dechert, Unaoil’s international bribery scandal the Barclays and Tesco affairs, and the growing influence of digital and artificial intelligence technology.
Within the Law also offers reporting on regulatory bodies and fraud and criminal investigators such as the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) and the National Crime Agency (NCA).
It also offers deep dive articles examining some of the most standout cases and topics impacting the law, Parliamentary sovereignty, and the legal sector. These overviews give readers much greater insight into the development of legal cases.
As part of its mission to enhance the understanding of the law, ‘Within the Law’ includes guides to some of the most famous law firms in the world and would not be complete without routine reporting on some of the UK’s most prestige and newsworthy law firms such as Hogan Lovells, DLA Piper and Baker McKenzie. as well as deep dives into the most influential and sensational legal cases.
“The law is vital to society, but relatively few people really understand how it works. This is more important now than ever before with certain figures in authority seeking to undermine public faith in the judiciary, and in how it works,” adds O’Sullivan. “How the courts function and the access we get to justice hangs in the balance with a government culling legal aid, overly stretched and out of its depth across multiple fronts, in desperate need of an identity. Testing the separation of the executive and the judiciary should not fill this void. At Bywire, we’re committed to reporting as best we can on everything from the legal sector, and we hope to offer a unique take.”
Within the Law will democratise information offering an accessible platform where people can become informed, helping them define their own opinions and conclusions about the key legal issues and cases of the day based on factual reporting.
Bywire is seeking new freelance journalists and writers with an expertise in legal sector journalism to expand its content offering. If you would like to get involved, contact Michael or Klaudia via the contact details below.
Notes for Editors
Within the Law is part of the Bywire News Network, an independent decentralised news platform that hosts its content on the blockchain. Offering verified time stamped articles, it promotes content, which is unsensational, attributable, fact based and transparent.
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