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January 25, 2020

UKSC 10th Birthday Part 2: Successes and Failures

By Emily Counter Founded in 2009, the UK Supreme Court as the highest body in the internal court structure is pivotal in establishing the legal landscape […]
January 19, 2020

Adidas loses three-stripe trademark battle

By Lucas Mill   It is rare to find an individual who has never worn a pair of trainers or an item of clothing branded with […]
January 16, 2020

Shareholder activism in the times of climate crisis

By Eliza Liddicott,   What are you doing to help the environment? That question, I’m sure we can agree, has been on the thoughts and lips […]
January 15, 2020

UKSC 10th Birthday Part 1: how we got to the UKSC

By Eliza Liddicott   It has been a big year for the UK Supreme Court. From the announcement of a new president following the retirement of […]
January 1, 2020

What to do when you are in a car accident

Car accidents are a part of car ownership. With so many cars on the roads, accidents are bound to happen. Nobody enjoys a traffic accident, it […]
December 30, 2019
Social Media regulation

Taming the Social Media Giants: How far should the state go in regulating online content?

The law, history teaches us, lags inevitably behind technological change. In respect of no development is this more true than the ‘Information Revolution,’ those sweeping and […]
December 12, 2019

Politics v The Media: how the law has been involved in the 2019 election campaign

By Emily Counter It is common practice that when a general election is growing nearer television debates between significant political parties take place across various broadcasting […]
December 5, 2019
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Councils or the Courts – Who reigns Supreme?

Emily Counter discusses a Supreme Court case on a local council's duty to provide housing to the homeless.
November 26, 2019
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5 proven ways to build your reputation as a solicitor

5 ways for junior solicitors to build their reputation in the industry.