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May 7, 2021

M&S v Aldi: The Battle of the Caterpillar Cake

Afeefa Salehmohamed explores the M&S and Aldi "Colin the Caterpillar" controversy, discussing the merits and drawbacks of M&S' case and the likely consequences.
April 27, 2021

Human Rights in Myanmar State

Elizabeth Adeogun provides an overview of human rights abuses by the military junta in Myanmar State following the recent coup, in light of international law.
April 1, 2021

The Importance of Human rights in Businesses and Corporate Law Firms

By Karolina Saladziute In her first article, Karolina discusses the current state of human rights to businesses and legal corporations. Highlighting the beneficial trend towards greater […]
March 19, 2021

The rise of third-party funding

Article by Disa Greaves, Land Economy graduate (Cambridge University) and GDL graduate (ULaw) With the UK officially entering into a recession last summer for the first […]
March 19, 2021

Should public sexual harassment be criminalised?

Article by Disa Greaves, Land Economy graduate (Cambridge University) and GDL graduate (ULaw) The disappearance and murder of Sarah Everard, a 33-year-old marketing executive, on her […]
February 28, 2021

British Inter-University Commercial Awareness Competition – the largest commercial awareness competition for law students in the UK !

BIUCAC 2021  BIUCAC 2021 is a major national competition seeking to highlight what is seldom taught in the lecture room – Legal Commercial Awareness. Legal Commercial […]
February 22, 2021

Law firms’ relationships with consumers and legal technology. A new era?

By Elizabeth Adeogun   ‘Legal technology’ essentially means the use of technology and software to aid, supplement or replace traditional methods for delivering legal services, or […]
February 22, 2021

Brexit Deal: An Explanation

By Afeefa Salehmohamed and Konstantina Nouka   Post Brexit Deal—What is it and what are the Impacts? Since the results of the Brexit referendum became public, […]
February 15, 2021

“Arbitration may be considered a private dispute resolution mechanism, but it should ultimately be monitored by the domestic courts of the state where the proceedings take place.” Discuss.

Essay by Sahil C Madan Introduction Arbitration is an alternative adjudicative device to litigation through which private parties can seek a final determination of disagreements and […]