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October 25, 2021

Making the Most of Law Fairs

In this article, Imaan Fatima shares advice on how to make a positive and professional impression at law fairs.
October 25, 2021

A Reflection on Time Management

In this article, Arran Robertson explains the importance of effectively managing your time and shares advice on how to improve time management.
October 21, 2021

Philip Morris and Vectura: The Tobacco Giant Seals The Deal over Inhaler Company

In this article, Alina Kazmi explores the wider implications of the controversial takeover of Vectura, the inhaler company by Philip Morris, the tobacco giant.
October 17, 2021

Should abortion be a legal matter in modern society?

Article by Nicola Wood The topic of abortion is one of, if not the most, controversial topics concerning women in modern society. As taboo as the […]
October 10, 2021

Solicitors’ lives outside of the profession

The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) recently warned that the private lives of solicitors ‘cannot be completely disregarded’ and that tribunal panels should be audacious when upholding […]
October 8, 2021
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The Law Society welcomes I. Stephanie Boyce as President 

Demi Akande recounts an interview from I. Stephanie Boyce, the new and first President black female of the law society, in which she talks about her will to continue the efforts for a diverse legal industry.
October 7, 2021

A ‘Heretical Synthesis’: Reconceptualising Undue Influence in Lloyd’s Bank v Bundy [1974]

Author’s Details: Farzana Salik – Third Year Law Student at the University of Cambridge. This essay was submitted as part of my end-of-year exams for Contract […]
October 6, 2021

The Centenary of the Six Point Group: Can the law change societal attitudes?

Article by Olivia Wilson The last century has seen significant societal development in the UK; examples include the establishment of the NHS, abolition of the death […]
September 29, 2021

Raab to Resign? An Analysis of our Constitutional Conventions

An article by Erin Miller “Who wouldn’t make a phone call if they were told it could save somebody’s life?” This emotive tweet from Keir Starmer […]