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November 11, 2019

Women’s Pension Ages: The Legal Battle

The government has won a recent legal battle over the change in pension ages for women. A campaign pressure groups including Women Against State Pension Inequality […]
November 11, 2019

Who is the new UKSC president

By Eliza Liddicott The UK Supreme Court has been dominating the news recently, with the September Prorogation ruling reinforcing the power of the justices and their […]
November 7, 2019

Writing a First-Class Dissertation: An Introduction to the Series 

Part 1 As part of the Law degree at university, some schools may require law students to complete a supervised or completely independent research project in […]
October 31, 2019

The ‘Big 4’ Entry into Legal Services Industry: Threat or opportunity?

Oluwabunmi Adaramola reports on the expansion of consulting firms into legal services and the challenges this creates for traditional law firms. Such increasing liberalisation of the sector can be attributed to the Legal Services Act 2007. This article aims to examine the threats and opportunities of the trend.
October 30, 2019

Libra Update: The biggest hurdles to-date

Vincent Guereca-Adair reports on the latest news from Facebook's new currency Libra, and discusses all you need to know about the biggest challenges it has faced to-date.
October 24, 2019

Activism in the Modern Era: The success of the new up-skirting legislation

The world seemed to be on a trajectory towards becoming a more just and equal place. For a long time, people’s activism was the force pushing […]
October 23, 2019
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WHSmith’s $400m deal to buy Marshall Retail Group

WHSmith has made yet another progressive move into the US economy with the purchase of American Travel company – Marshall Retail Group (MRG). MRG is seen […]
October 23, 2019
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What To Expect From Your First Year In Law School

A guide on some of the key things to expect from your first year at law school.
October 21, 2019

Long Live the Lockstep

Article by Mustaqim Mohammad Iqbal  Historically, law firms around the world, whether in London, New York or elsewhere, have adopted the model of the traditional ‘lockstep’ partnership. […]