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
The UK brandishes a string of laws to deal with violence and abuse. Domestic violence however is not treated as a specific criminal offence.
As the daughter of a fish factory manager who spent many a school holiday working on Grimsby docks, university seemed completely out of my reach! I was however, fortunate enough to have a fantastic A-level Law tutor at sixth form college who not on
The recent judgement of Lock v British Gas (published on the 22nd of May) of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has been received with mixed feelings by employers (or more precisely, their lawyers) and the unions.
I read in the blog of Asser International Sports Law about the case of Mohamed Dahmane and his former club Racing Genk (here).
The Football Association (FA) has published its awaited report on the lack English players at the top end of English football.
On 6 April 2014 the ancient common law remedy of distress was abolished by the implementation of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. Distress provided landlords with a quick and cheap self-help remedy to recover unpaid rent.