Following the result of the 2015 General Election, our Editorial Content Manager, Nathan, writes about the constitutional convention that governs who can become Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
In the third part of the series, our editorial content manager, Nathan, writes about a key source of the UK constitution, constitutional conventions. He takes a look at present conventions and how they are changing in modern times.
In the second part of the series, our editorial content manager, Nathan, writes about the First Past the Post electoral system used in UK General Elections and the shift towards coalition governance.
Our Editorial Content Manager, Nathan, brings you an introduction to all that matters in this years General Election, and why that matters to us lawyers.
In this tribute to a fearless campaigner, Nathan Akhavan-Moossavi looks at the tragic death of right-to-die campaigner Debbie Purdy. Nathan explores the issues surrounding her campaign, her victory in the courts against the UK government and what Purdy herself thinks…
Gabby Herron, an Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer speaks to The Student Lawyer about DiversCity in the Law, an event aimed at getting future LGBT lawyers into the City. This article is a must read for all future LGBT City…
DiversCity Mentoring is a mentoring programme that pairs LGBT students with an interest in pursuing law with LGBT or LGBT ally city lawyers. The idea is that the lawyers mentor the students through the choice of firm, application and interview…
Nathan Akhavan-Moosavi looks at whether judges without legal practice knowledge can offer the same standard of justice as people that come from that background.
In part two of this series Lisa Herring takes a lot at the negatives of using an iPad to study.
Nathan Akhavan-Moossavi looks at legal internships abroad - such as the ones offered by CRCC Asia - and what they involve, as well as the challenges they can provide.