Public & Administrative

The Conjunction Junction: A Question of Citizenship

Remi Alli provides us with this fascinating and informative interview with J. Daniel Jung, Esq., Director at Abraham Lincoln University School of Law. He delves into what he sees students and graduates doing wrong when trying to seek further legal employment.

Clear the Lobby: What laws are MPs voting on this week? – w/c 30th April

The second instalment of our weekly feature courtesy of Sebastian Salek, the brains behind Clear the

Clear the Lobby: What laws are MPs voting on this week?

We are pleased to bring you a new regular weekly article courtesy of Sebastian Salek, the brains beh

Homelessness in the UK Reaches Record High

There has been a 169% increase in homelessness since 2010. This  issue is no longer confined to big

Diversity’s Relevance in The Selection of Supreme Court Justices

The recent Supreme Court appointments marked a significant step towards a more diverse selection of

Could U.S. Tax Reform Spark a Wave of Tax Refugees?

Tax reform is one of the signature items that Donald Trump’s administration has been trying to imple

Government Policy Paper on Benefit and Pension Rates: Will We See Any Improvement in the Workplace?

On the 27th November, the government released a new policy paper named “Proposed benefit and pension

Vulture Capitalism: Playing by The Market’s Rules

Law v Fairness: The relationship in this area of international finance is increasingly under the spotlight in terms of improvements needed in legal clarity and regulation.

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.

British Bill of Rights – Stripping The Right To Privacy?

Since the proposal of a British Bill of Rights, many have questioned what purpose this bill of right