Fiona Todd discusses the 2012 Delhi rape incident and the shift of the spotlight onto the protection of India's female population, evaluating the Indian Government's legal response to the incident.
Fiona Todd examines the legal status of the human body and considers whether the 'no property' rule is appropriate to the rapidly developing environment of modern science and medicine.
Fiona Todd gives her top tips for preparing for a Eramus year abroad based on her experience at Toulouse University, and goes through the factors which students should consider before embarking on such an exciting opportunity.
Fiona Todd provides an overview of the Scottish legal system for those who wonder how it differs from the English system.
Fiona Todd explains the options which aspiring lawyers with a degree in Scots law have if they would like to qualify in England.
Fiona Todd reminds students how important property law is both inside and outside of the exam hall, with discussion of 'land grabbing' in Cambodia.
Fiona Todd discusses the realities of prostitution in Britain and how failure to understand just who Britain's prostitutes are could be the reason for gridlock when it comes to reforming the law.