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May 23, 2022

The debate on euthanasia and assisted suicide: moral contentions and legal implications

Article by Anna Wallace Whilst there is an extensive existing body of literature regarding the moral, medical, and legal ethics of the practises of Euthanasia and […]
March 31, 2022

London’s decriminalisation plan: a different approach to the war on drugs

Article by Taha Ragheb As we approach into the Spring of 2022, plans for a decriminalisation trial in London are blossoming too. Sadiq Khan has announced […]
March 22, 2022

Law of Torts: Privacy Law and the Press

Article by Afeefa Salehmohamed Since Bloomberg lost a case in the Supreme Court relating to Privacy laws, there are rumours about regression of privacy laws in […]
November 24, 2021

The Future Lawyer Weekly Update – w/c 22nd November

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 […]
November 10, 2021
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The Future Lawyer Weekly Update – w/c 8th November

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 […]
October 6, 2021

The Centenary of the Six Point Group: Can the law change societal attitudes?

Article by Olivia Wilson The last century has seen significant societal development in the UK; examples include the establishment of the NHS, abolition of the death […]
September 19, 2021

Do we have time to save the planet?

Article by Trinity Batt Climate Change In recent months it has become apparent that the planet is facing the consequences of our actions. With respect to […]
August 29, 2021

The draft online safety bill: five things you need to know

Article by Erin Miller Described as a ‘power grab’, ‘a censor’s charter’ and a Bill of ‘real constitutional significance’, three months have now passed since the […]
August 15, 2021

Reforming legal aid: does it have a future?

Article by Nicola Wood Historically, there has always been a commonly-held belief that there are differences in how people from different societal backgrounds access justice. It […]