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January 27, 2020

Interview with Oliver Byrne: equivalent means route to qualifying as a solicitor

Camilla Uppal speaks to Oliver Byrne about how he qualified as a solicitor without securing a training contract.
January 27, 2020

Interview with Thom Brooks, current Dean of Durham Law School

Beth Zheng interviews Thom Brooks, current Dean of Durham Law School.
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 21, 2020

Interview with Raluca Rosu, Compliance Officer at Bird & Bird

Zainab Hassan speaks to Raluca about her career as a compliance officer at an international law firm.
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 12, 2020

FIFA Third-Party Ownership Regulations – Definition of a Third-Party

Mark O'Neill reports on the recent change in the definition of 'third party' which will enable football clubs to negotiate lower weekly salaries with a player, in exchange for a lump sum upon transfer.
January 7, 2020

Privatisation of Probation Services

Five years ago, a privatisation programme of the National Probation Services was introduced. Today, after some catastrophic cases, we see the needed renationalisation, as the private sector failed to combine the protection of people and profit generation.