The Advocacy Cup 2016: Oxbridge vs Cambridge

Dick Lucas: Guilty of Assault? The Advocacy Cup 2016


Rob Manning, BPTC senior lecturer (Advocacy Cup event organiser)
The Advocacy Cup is an inter-varsity trial advocacy competition, in which the universities of Oxford and Cambridge and the universities of Leicester and Nottingham compete in successive

GDL mooting finalists

GDL Mooting Society Final 2016


Paula Moffatt, GDL Mooting Tutor
“The final of the tenth annual Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) Mooting Society Competition took place on Thursday 14 April 2016 in Nottingham Law School’s Court Room 2.

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My Work Placement in America: The Public Defender’s Office


Natasha Ward, LLB (Hons) Law (Full-time)
The amazing opportunity to intern at the Public Defender’s Office was offered by Nottingham Law School as part of the Law in Practice Module, available for final year students to study.

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My Year Abroad: Studying in the Netherlands


Vidhya Panchal, LLB (Hons) International Law
“During my course I had the opportunity to study abroad with Erasmus+ for the duration of my third year .

Lex Law Society at the Supreme Court

LEX visit Supreme Court and Old Bailey


On Wednesday 24 February 2016, 19 other students and I visited the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the famous Old Bailey Criminal Court in London.


Should you really get a lesser sentence for an early guilty plea?


The Sentencing Council recently announced draft proposals to more tightly define the rules concerning the sentence reductions available to defendants who plead guilty early.

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Explainer: what is the EU emergency brake?


Negotiations about the UK’s place in the European Union now seem to hinge on one thing: applying an “emergency brake” to stop certain EU migrants claiming in-work benefits when they move to the UK.

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Q&A: what migrant benefits negotiations between EU and the UK really mean


Behind closed doors in Downing Street, an important meeting is taking place. David Cameron, the British prime minister, is trying to reach a deal to renegotiate the UK’s position in the European Union.

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Why plans to remove African migrants are legally and morally flawed.


Dr Helen O’Nions, Nottingham Law School
The International right to seek and enjoy asylum found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is now under considerable threat.

The Nottingham Intellectual Property Guide for Creatives

Nottingham Creative IP Project – New Outcome


The creative arts play a key role in generating economic growth and prosperity in the UK. Great ideas and concepts can lead to reputational and financial success and inevitably be coveted by others in the industry.

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