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Legal Industry Updates

September 19, 2023

Breaking the Speed Limit Penalties in the UK

Speed limit laws are a major safety issue on the roads of the UK. Exceeding the speed limit risks everyone, from pedestrians to other drivers sharing […]
August 31, 2023
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A New Legal Support Scheme Launches for Tenants and Homeowners           

Demi Akande examines in her article the New Legal Support Scheme launched for Tenants and Homeowners in the UK. The scheme affords people to obtain legal advice and representation when they are at risk of losing their home, regardless of their financial situation.
August 30, 2023
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An innovative digital mentoring scheme to enhance Black individuals’ representation in law

Laetitia Ponde Nkot in her article explores the new digital mentoring scheme recently introduced by The Stephen James Partnership to amplify Black individuals' representation in law.
August 9, 2023
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Drought in Panama Paradise

Divya T explores in her article the challenge of the water level of the Panama Canal that continues to impact global supply chains in various areas.
July 31, 2023
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Review on the billable hour

Laetitia Ponde Nkot explores in her article the latest report of Lexis Nexis on the billable hour.
July 31, 2023
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Expectation and reality (mini-pupillage)

Jonathan Tsang in his article examines mini-pupillage.
July 8, 2023
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The World Trade Organisation Dispute Settlement

Olga Kyriakoudi examines in her article the specific problems that the appellate body faces since 2018/2019 when the United States refused to approve judges for the appelate body thereby impeding the function of the WTO-dispute settlement.
June 23, 2023
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Well-being in law firms

Laetitia Ponde Nkot explores in her article how law firms support the wellbeing of their employees.W
June 22, 2023
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Companies House: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill

Jessica R. Dhodakia in her article explores the Companies House Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill 2022 (ECCT). The ECCT Bill aimed at preventing corruption in corporate structuring, and tackling economic crime. The bill particularly aims to change the Companies House's role, by allowing new powers to check, remove and decline certain information.