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Diversity in the English Legal System

A historic case will be brought before the Supreme Court in October 2018. Historic, not because of its content or judgement, but because of who is making the judgement. For the first time in the Supreme Court’s history, a case will be heard by a female majority.

Why should you choose to go to University?

The study of Criminal Law within your LLB or GDL can be one of the more interesting topics for students, but it is important to understand the key concepts in order to do well.

Starting a Business? Start Learning About Employment Law

To succeed as an entrepreneur, you need to know a little about everything, having your fingerprints on every business activity, especially at the beginning

How to get into Law as a non-law graduate

From the practicalities of the course, to getting you ahead of the competition, this article introduces you to important next steps, as a non-law graduate.

Is it Time for Viagogo to go?

Ed Sheeran’s decided to restrict individuals with tickets purchased from re-sale sites such as Viagogo from attending his tour, created news shockwaves.

Exploring the Impacts of LASPO

With both campaigners and professionals critiques becoming ever louder, have these aims been met and how has LASPO impacted the justice system?

What to do When You Think You Have Applied to the Wrong Course

The study of Criminal Law within your LLB or GDL can be one of the more interesting topics for students, but it is important to understand the key concepts in order to do well.

The Basics of Criminal Law: Homicide

The study of Criminal Law within your LLB or GDL can be one of the more interesting topics for students, but it is important to understand the key concepts in order to do well.

The Reasonable Man: Subjective or Objective?

The Student Lawyer discusses the case law surrounding the ‘Reasonable Man’ test. Is this a test that is subjective or objective?

TSL Reviews: Land Law by Louise Glover & Kate Campbell-Pilling

Student Lawyer Alv Grasun reviews ‘Land Law’ by Louise Glover & Kate Campbell- Pilling, describing it as “A very comprehensive and structured approached finally sheds some light on the sometimes dreaded module of Land Law.”