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September 27, 2022

Religion and the Law

Article by Amina Benhamouda Religion is only right to govern the law when the majority of people under the jurisdiction of that law are avid followers […]
September 25, 2022

Units of Attention: A Cautionary tale

Article by Holly Medley What are Units of Attention? Currently most of the UK legal profession is centred on billable hours. The premise being solicitors charge […]
September 24, 2022

A Guide to Commercial Awareness

Shefali explores what the term 'commercial awareness' really means and provides valuable tips for how you can develop it.
September 14, 2022

The Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Article by Rita Al Kordahy Over 80 million people around the world have been forcibly displaced; running away from persecution, armed conflicts, and human rights violations, […]
September 14, 2022

A Fuel Crisis that Continues to Drown the UK

Article by Charlie Finch Living currently in the UK seems to be more about surviving. The country is experiencing one of the worst cost of living […]
September 10, 2022

China’s Crimes Against Humanity- The UN Speaks Out

Article by Jessica Williamson Years of abuse of the Uyghur Muslims by the Chinese government has culminated in a damning new report, where compelling evidence of […]
August 26, 2022

How mediation is used in civil justice systems worldwide

Article written by Anna Mueller   Following the recent article on the newly introduced mandatory mediation in the UK civil justice system, which is used for […]
August 19, 2022

An ever-increasing chaos? A closer look at the UK’s transport industry

Ralitsa Stancheva analyses the key recent developments in the UK's transport industry, covering aspects such as fuel prices, public transport strikes, labour shortages, and spaceflights.
August 16, 2022

Overruling Roe v Wade, Overruling Women’s rights

Article by Holly Medley What is Roe v Wade? Roe v Wade, January 1973, is the famous case where the US Supreme Court legalised abortion by […]