Institutional Racism and Gender Inequality in the Work Place

In the modern 21st Century of British society, you still find in a workplace that institutional racism inevitably still exists on an unprecedented scale and continues to ascend. Ali Murtazza delves into these issues.

A Closer Look at Pimlico Plumbers v Smith

A landmark ruling on the subject of employment rights is set to be made soon, following the recent h

Interview with Louis Huglin – Associate in Film, TV & Theatre at Harbottle & Lewis

Louis Huglin is an Associate in Film, TV & Theatre at UK-based law firm Harbottle & Lewis. O

UK Manufacturing Recovery: Highest Output in 10 Years

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has reported that manufacturing in the UK is at its highest

Government Policy Paper on Benefit and Pension Rates: Will We See Any Improvement in the Workplace?

On the 27th November, the government released a new policy paper named “Proposed benefit and pension

Brexit & Its Implications For Law Firms

We were joined by Grad Recruiter, Ed Walker to discuss Brexit & its implications for Law Firms and also how to tackle these key commercial awareness topics in applications and interviews.

Brexit could be good for Lawyers

Brexit could be good for Lawyers, The Student Lawyer’s Sylvester Tan investigates.

King & Spalding Continue Recruitment Drive with Partner Hire from A&O

US law firm has continued its flurry of hires in the capital by recruiting A&O’s partner since 2

Removing Regulatory Red Tape? The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013

On the 25th April 2013, after receiving Royal Assent, The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013

Preview: Mohamud v Morrison’s

Lewis Graham updates us on one of the latest cases from the Supreme Court on the doctrine of vicarious liability and details how theoretical principles are applied in practice.