Cristine Christodoulou examines the principles by which a defendant’s fitness to plead is determined and the need to reform the criteria of unfitness to plead established in the Pritchard case.
Cristine Christodoulou examines five controversial judgments from the UK and the US that have caused criticism and raised questions of justice.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses whether the doctrine of undisclosed principal can be justified on the grounds of commercial convenience or is it truly an anomaly to the principle of privity of contract.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses certain matters concerning the law of the sea and its customary use, and the rights of sovereign states to various parts of the sea.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses the protection of journalists' sources. Should journalists be legally obliged to reveal their sources?
Cristine Christodoulou examines the complexities surrounding the non-fatal offences of the Offences Against the Persons Act 1861 and the common law offences of battery and assault.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses the importance of a recognised sovereign state and the privileged principle of sovereign equality.
There are many opportunities after graduation – but where should you go? Cristine Christodoulou explains why combining academic knowledge and work experience abroad will make you stand out from the crowd.
Cristine Christodoulou examines the common law crime of misconduct in a public office and considers the difficulties in defining the crime. Is it time for the misconduct crime to be given a statutory definition?
Cristine Christodoulou discusses the importance of attending postgraduate legal conferences and their essential benefits.