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Constitutional Law

September 28, 2020

Long Read: How much longer are our constitutional rights safe? A discussion of the review into judicial review

This article demystifies the importance of judicial review and looks at the current controversy surrounding the recently launched independent panel. Judicial review reflects many fundamental legal, as well as political, principles, such as the rule of law. Read this article for a detailed commentary on the general significance, links to human rights and current events related to judicial review.
August 18, 2020

BLM Series: Reasonable force, or police brutality?

In light of the recent events, the use of force by police has been put into the forefront of the reform debate. However, it seems to be a struggle to answer the most crucial question for advancing the discussion: What is unreasonable use of force and what amounts to police brutality?
July 27, 2020

Legal Protection and the Coronavirus: What defence is available to the insufficient medical care in times of emergency?

The inadequate medical care provided during the coronavirus crisis in the United Kingdom has attracted a lot of debate, especially in comparison to the responses of other countries. And so, the field of medical negligence may be facing another challenging task of drawing the line between mere unpreparedness in an unprecedented situation and grossly insufficient care, amounting to negligence.
October 14, 2019

The Trump Impeachment: A brief summary

Article by Eliza Liddicott In conjunction with the UK, the US political world is in an unprecedented state, with unknown and unforeseen developments occurring almost every […]