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July 4, 2014

Blind CVs Open the Eyes of the UK’s Top Firms

Natalie Williams takes a look at the new trend of recruiting through a 'blind CV' process, discussing the impact so far.
June 30, 2014

Can Computer Software be Classed as Goods?

Valentina Georgieva discusses the case law in which the definition of software has been considered, and asks whether software falls within the definition of 'goods' under the Sale of Goods Act 1979.
June 23, 2014

Third-party interveners in judicial reviews

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.
May 27, 2014

What is an Obscene Publication?

Rebecca Broadbent looks at what is actually classified by statute as an obscene publication, and what can actually be prosecuted under this statute in a society where media and publications are more readily accessible than ever before. Her analysis also considers how far the law goes in controlling this area, especially in light of the Convention on Human Rights.
May 15, 2014

Globalisation and the Effects on the Legal Profession

Bethany Bradley takes an interesting look at the recent phenomenon of Globalisation and how it effects law firms around the world, while giving examples of how they have combated it.
April 18, 2014

A Career in Law: Is it worth it? An insight into the CILEX Route.

Kirsty Anne asks whether a career in law is worth it and looks at the CILEX route, which is becoming more popular as an alternative route into the legal profession.
March 18, 2014

The Mystery Behind Fully Secret Trusts

Ornela Markaj takes a look at the mystery behind fully secret trusts, an area that seems to puzzle judges and academics alike.
March 7, 2014

The Effect and Scope of s. 33 Companies Act 2006

Ornela Markaj looks at section 33 of the Companies Act 2006, with regards to what contract it creates and who can sue for what. The article looks at cases that date back to 1915.
March 6, 2014

The UK and The CISG

Rosie Penny looks at the general concerns with the Vienna convention on the CISG and the legal difficulties it faces. Additionally the fears the UK has about it.