It is a story that affects few people, concerns a specialist area of legal practice and is unlikely to grip the attention of the nation in the run up to the General Election.
Millions of people across the UK will head to the polling stations on 7 May for what promises to be one of the most unpredictable General Elections of the modern era.
Nottingham Law School’s Centre for Conflict, Rights and Justice and Centre for Advocacy hosted their seminar, Perspectives on the Islamic Face Veil on Monday 30 April.
At least 300 people are thought to have died in the Mediterranean as yet another group of migrants attempted the dangerous crossing to Europe.
The Islamic veil has become the subject of intense controversy across Europe in recent years against a backdrop of a ‘crisis in multiculturalism’, religious radicalisation, growth in Islamophobia and international conflict.
Discrimination is a continuing hot topic in modern sport, and matters of inclusion and exclusion continue to surface time and time again.
As these issues arise, the role of the law is critical.
It struck me today that we are now less than 6 months away from the May 2015 General Election.
So you’re starting your A-Levels, maybe studying Law, maybe not. But in any event, you have a huge interest in becoming a lawyer.
The ancient Sanskrit text, the Vedas, assigned a high place for woman in Indian society who shared an equal standing with men.
Ever wondered what on earth you wanted to do with your life? Or whether you were choosing the right path? For me choosing what I wanted for dinner was a struggle, so it came as no surprise that after trawling the internet and looking at numerous leag