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January 2, 2023

World Cup Dilemma

Article by Taha Ragheb In a recent issue, Time magazine focused their attention on the world stage of football, the 2022 World Cup, titled ‘The Dangerous […]
January 2, 2023

What is the future of digital currency following the collapse of FTX?

Article by Olivia Wilson The end of 2022 saw the stunning collapse of FTX, once the second largest crypto exchange in the world. This, unsurprisingly, has […]
January 1, 2023

Art and the Law: The Case of the Benin Bronzes

Article by Jessica Williamson With anti-colonial sentiment gaining momentum, amplifying the decades-old call to return the Benin Bronzes to Nigeria, growing pressure is mounting on former […]
December 1, 2022

Fracking, what are the implications?

Article by Thea Schirvanian In 2019 the government issued a press release from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) announcing the end of […]
November 24, 2022
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Students for Fair Admissions Seek to Take Down Affirmative Action

Article by Jessica Williamson Just months after they overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, the Supreme Court begin deliberations on the lawfulness of affirmative action, […]
November 24, 2022

AI: Genius in every sense of the word?

Article by Amwene Etiang At the age of 16, I went on a trip with some of my friends and they trusted me to choose the […]
October 25, 2022

Accessible Laws and Lawyers – a Juxtaposition?

Article by Oliwia Maliszewska Academics and various legal professionals have toyed with the concept of ‘accessibility’ of the law. Perhaps most notably, Lord Bingham detailed in […]
October 22, 2022

Is Civil Disobedience Protected by the Law? The Case of the Colston Four

Article by Jessica Williamson A landmark ruling by a judge strips protestors responsible for criminal damage of their right to rely on human rights defences to […]
September 28, 2022

The recent United Nation’s report details possible crimes against humanity for China’s alleged treatment towards its Uyghur population

Article by Anna Wallace Following criticism over China’s vice-president’s, Wang Qisham, attendance of the Queen’s funeral, once again, the world focuses its attention on the alleged […]