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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 […]
July 27, 2022

The New ‘No Fault Divorce’: The Advantages and Disadvantages

In this article, Nicole Ergis considers the advantages and the disadvantages of the new no fault divorce, as reformed by the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2022.
July 27, 2022

Work-From-Home (WFH) – a Legal Right?

Article by Rita Al Kordahy Work-from-home made it to headlines near the beginning of July 2022, as the Netherlands becomes the first country that moves to […]
July 11, 2022

The Prevalence of Child Soldiers

Article by Ashlyne Yong “Compelled to become instruments of war, to kill and be killed, child soldiers are forced to give violent expression to the hatreds […]
March 3, 2022
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The Future Lawyer Weekly Update – w/c 28th February

Little Drink, Big Dreams or Little Drink, Big Lies? Article by Shaznee Seraj Innocent’s animated TV advertisement “Little Drink, Big Dreams” banned for claiming its drinks […]
December 23, 2021
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The Future Lawyer Weekly Update – w/c 20th December

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 […]
August 31, 2021

Electric Vehicles: Are they the Future of the Automative Industry?

Article written by Alina Kazmi Introduction Electric Vehicles (EV) are perceived as one of the key solutions for the UK, to reach a net-zero economy by […]
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 […]