The Current Law on Intermediary Liability in Light of the EU GDPR

Even before opening a newspaper, you know that you can expect to see the following on the front page

The Kavanaugh confirmation hearing; beyond the allegations

The impartiality of the Supreme Court has been questioned, particularly following the recent hearing for the now confirmed Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh.

The Big Question: Is a Degree Really Worthwhile?

Dr. Christopher W. Smithmyer & Remi Alli, JD, based in the USA, tackle the question of whether or not a degree is actually worth it.

Diversity’s Relevance in The Selection of Supreme Court Justices

The recent Supreme Court appointments marked a significant step towards a more diverse selection of

New academic year, new applications…

It’s that time of year again – vacation scheme and training contract applications have opened and yo

After 2016, What Does 2017 Have to Offer?

With the number of celebrity deaths continuing to rise and a number of events causing anxiety throug

Stupid Things You Can Say and Still Become President

On November 9th 2016, Donald Trump became the 45th President-elect of the United States of America.

Interview with Human Rights advocate and barrister, Adam Wagner

On 28th October 2016, Joe Docherty from The Student Lawyer interviewed human rights advocate and bar

Why and How the European Commission Picked the Apple

Everybody’s Doing It! It’s been over a month since the bombshell dropped and many are still in the d

NPBW 2015: Pro Bono Societies – A Student Effort

In our final article of the week, Liam Lambert explains his involvement in a pro bono project at Dur