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Case Law Updates

October 24, 2022

HXA V SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL AND YXA V WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL – AN ALTERNATION IN THE AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR FAILURE OF PUBLIC AUTHORITIES TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM ABUSE

In this article Olga Kyriakoudi discusses tort law in relation to two markedly significant cases about public authorities and responsibility “The law must be accessible and […]
October 17, 2022

The Colston Four

The Colston four
September 27, 2022

Case Report: R v Secretary of State for the Home Department

In this article Eniyoma discusses the complex issues surrounding government policy and legal interpretation. Background: This issue at hand in this case was whether it is […]
September 27, 2022

Basfar v Wong 2020/0155 [2022] UKSC 20

In this article Edward St Aubyn disuses the contentious issues surrounding a diplomat’s immunity in Basfar v Wong Facts This case involved a Saudi Arabian diplomat […]
September 14, 2022

R v Maughan (Northern Ireland)

In this article Harish Kapoor discusses the recent case of R v Maughan (Northern Ireland). Background This case surrounds two issues: firstly, whether the term ‘proceedings’; […]
May 16, 2022

Public Prosecutors Office of the Athens Court of Appeal (Appellant) v Connor (AP) (Respondent) (Northern Ireland)

Public Prosecutors Office of the Athens Court of Appeal (Appellant) v O'Connor (AP) (Respondent) (Northern Ireland)
April 14, 2022

Croydon London Borough Council (Appellant) v Kalonga (Respondent)

  In this article Ndivhuwo Daswa discusses the massively impactful case of Croydon London Borough Council V Kalonga. Background  This appeal raises an important question of […]
April 2, 2022

General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd (Respondent) v State of Libya (Appellant)

Eniyoma Anosike discusses the Supreme Court’s recent judgment regarding General Dynamics V the State of Libya. Background General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd a UK subsidiary of […]
February 16, 2022

In the matter of T (A Child) (Appellant)

Background The appellant, who under strict court orders is to remain anonymous and be addressed as “T”, was a 15-year-old child subject to a care order. […]