The Monthly TSL Quiz

Welcome to The Student Lawyer’s April 2021 Quiz

This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the key commercial, legal and political issues that we covered in last month’s posts – we hope you have been paying close attention! You have 4 minutes to answer all questions, after which point your answers will be submitted automatically.

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April 2021 Quiz

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On Wednesday, 10th March 2021, the EU parliament voted for corporate due diligence, which was to take place throughout company’s supply chains. What was the aim of the proposed law?

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Why is Facebook being sued by the US?

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Who is Germany’s financial regulator?

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When was Bitcoin invented?

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Who is the head of litigation funding in the multinational law firm, Eversheds Sutherland?

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Which one of the following are one of the 5 key reasons, which were discussed by the Supreme Court, on why Uber drivers are seen as workers?

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What does GIDS stand for?

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What is the amount of money Action Fraud said had been lost, due to covid-19 scams and businesses cybersecurity breaches?

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Who is the president and CEO of PayPal?

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In a Big Question survey by Law.com in 2020, what percentage of the 90 lawyers affirmed that law firms should be ‘legally required to improve’ their sustainability practices?

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What is a vaccine passport?

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What is the concept behind Bitcoin?

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Who was sentenced to 12 years in prison, after the allegations of money laundering and malfeasance by Lava Jato?

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In the context of becoming Net-zero, what did Tesco recently announce as part of their efforts to become more sustainable?

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When was Tesla founded?

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When does the UK Government plan to become ‘net-zero’ by?

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What does Net-zero refer to?

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Who is GMB Union’s legal director?

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What is third party funding (TPF)?

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Who is the CEO of Instagram?