Shannon Revel discusses the judgment by Judge Murphy at Blackfriars Crown Court that considers the use of face coverings during criminal trials and the implications those may have for the freedom of religion.
Charlotte Burmby provides an overview of the criminal law on omissions and the situations in which a crime can be committed by omission.
In this first of a four part series on commercial awareness, Paige Jones explains what exactly the concept means in relation to your future clients.
Kayleigh Williams provides advice on how to tackle poor or less than satisfactory grades, and ways of standing out to employers outside of academic performance.
Charlotte Burmby provides an introduction to trust law through an exploration of the 14 equitable maxims which are used today.
Karina Rooney takes a look at the world of legal blogging and gives us her tips on how to best start up your own. These include what issues you should consider writing about, how to set your blog out and also some very important do’s and don’ts about the content of your blog.
Gemma Smith interviews Karen Jones, the associate head of the School of Law, Accounting and Finance at the University of South Wales, for an insight into her role which includes the steps she took to get to her current position as well as providing some tips in relation to securing work experience.
Maud Kadye gives us an overview of the Arms Trade Treaty 2013 and looks at the problems of implementing such a treaty.
Gemma Smith interviews Sarah Grabham an LPC lecturer at the University of South Wales to found out how she got to her current position and what steps she took along the way. Her interview also includes advice and tips on people who are not currently sure what career path they want to take.
Maud Kadye evaluates the International Committee of the Red Cross’ venture into the world of video games and their proposal to use games as an educational tool for war crimes.