Charlotte Burmby examines the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill's role in amending the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and discusses the merits of the proposed reforms.
Charlotte Burmby outlines funding options available to law graduates going down the barrister (BPTC) and solicitor (LPC) routes or non-law graduates considering doing a GDL.
Charlotte Burmby provides an overview of the criminal law on omissions and the situations in which a crime can be committed by omission.
Charlotte Burmby continues her series on the essential rules in Equity and Trusts law. This week she explains the beneficiary principle and perpetuity – two rules that must be satisfied if a trust is to be created.
Charlotte Burmby provides a comprehensive guide to the Consumer Protection Act 1987.
Charlotte Burmby provides an overview of the three certainties (certainty of intention, certainty of subject matter, and certainty of objects) required for an express trust to be valid.
Charlotte Burmby provides an introduction to trust law through an exploration of the 14 equitable maxims which are used today.
Charlotte Burmby explains the background to the decision of the European Court of Human Rights to hold that whole-life tariffs are actually in breach of Article 3. She also delves into the arguments used and why this surprising decision was…
Charlotte Burmby gives us a look into the International Criminal Court and what it functions for, her account includes sections on the structure of the court, how cases are heard and then also a brief look at some actual cases…
Charlotte Burmby discusses other careers in the legal sector apart from the conventional routes of either solicitor or barrister, a possibility that should be given particular attention especially since this is one of the hardest graduate job markets there has…