Adam Hughes takes a look at the fast growing way of funding legal cases and how they are helping to break down barriers to justice.
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.
Rebecca Stinson considers what the public law ramifications would have been if Scotland were to have become an independent nation.
Matthew Ahiuwalia discusses how an organisation intervenes, as a third party in judicial review proceedings. With particular reference to considerations that need to be dealt with and the implications. Additionally he includes examples of past cases.
Matthew Ahluwalia gives us an introduction to strategic litigation in the Public Law context. This strain of litigation is used to bring about significant change in the law and raise public awareness
Faizan Sadiq sets out the basics of the first year of a law degree, providing an overview of concepts that may be encountered in Criminal, Tort, Property and Public Law.
This week's ELB discusses a decision by the ECJ on the unitary EU patent system, the referendum debacle in the House of Commons, the latest Continental news and... that olive oil decision by the Commission.
Nick Murphy reviews BBC Two's The Planners.
Naomi Loomes looks at the fine line between policy and law in the recent case of Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs v Rahmatullah.