Case law

November 19, 2019
TFLWU - 18th Nov

The Future Lawyer Weekly Update – w/c 18th November

Emma Ducroix and Laurence Tsai provide a round-up of the stories that a budding student lawyer should be aware of this week.
November 16, 2019

The Fall of WeWork and the Mechanics of Public Offerings

This article covers the attempt of WeWork to become a publicly-traded company. The case study is followed by a summary of how initial public offerings works and the related legislation, to give you an overview of the challenges such strategies may pose.
October 22, 2019
21st Oct

The Future Lawyer Weekly Update – w/c 21st October

The round-up of the stories that a budding Student Lawyer should be aware of this week. Sign up here to get these updates in your inbox every […]
August 26, 2019

No Fault Divorce: ending the battle of the blame

Revolutionary changes are occurring in UK divorce law, with the current provisions under review after controversial court cases and public challenges. Evidently, this will be an […]
June 18, 2019

Supreme Court Offers New Guidance on Libel in the Age of Social Media

In 2012, Mrs Stocker wrote a series of Facebook posts to her ex-husband’s new partner, describing Mr Stocker’s history of domestic violence.  In one of these […]
June 18, 2019

Class Actions in England and Wales: Right around the Corner?

Class actions have long been a feature of the US litigation landscape.  They can be an effective tool for justice where a claimant’s individual claim is […]
June 18, 2019

Boris Johnson Escapes Prosecution for £350 million Brussels Claim

It was one of the images that came to define the 2016 Brexit referendum: a large red bus along the side of which were printed the […]
April 25, 2013

The Difficulties of Defining Misconduct in Public Office

Misconduct in public office is an offence at common law triable only on indictment. It carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. It is an offence […]