Animal Welfare Laws: Were Last Week’s News Stories Really Fake News?

Reported by Sarah Mullane Nobody could have anticipated the tumultuous public reaction to last week’

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.

Brexit Bill: What to Expect

Olivia analyses the impact of the recent Supreme Court decision and future challenges that the government will face in triggering Article 50.

Theresa May’s Brexit Speech: An Analysis

Priya Thakrar takes a look at the speech made by Theresa May about her plans for a British exit from the European Union.

2016 Briefing Papers: Brexit – A Cheat Sheet to the British EU Referendum

Anna Flaherty takes us through the key terms that have been bandied about since the EU Referendum in June.

Judicial Review and the Process of Leaving the European Union

Following the recent High Court decision that stated that the government does not have the powers to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, Nick Price examines the process of judicial review that enabled Gina Miller to bring the case to court.

Practising Law as a Global Citizen

On Monday, in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills and CRCC Asia, we held a Facebook Live Event