There is not only one route to law. Read on to find out the experience of Nayaab Khalid as she took an Access Course.
It is not a surprise that the world of law has so many different sectors and areas, this can make it so hard to choose what area you want to go into. You have commercial, corporate, human rights, energy, litigation, technology and so much more. Now, if you were of the lucky few who arrived … Continue reading Choices, Choices… What to do?
There is a common misconception within the realm of family law regarding cohabiting couples. Around two-thirds of cohabiting couples wrongly believe they have rights as common law husband and wife; this is the myth known as “common-law marriage”. Married couples get a lot of luxuries; being happy, sharing a home, having children and rights. Cohabitees … Continue reading Equality in Cohabitation and Marriage- Are we there yet?
Recently, I was fortunate enough to interview the accomplished Barry John Harwood-Ferreira. He is an ex-police officer, a barrister and now the head of employment practice at DWF LLP. From such an array of life and working experience, he served as a perfect interviewee for us aspiring lawyer. Below are the questions I asked him. I hope you enjoy the read!
"Although some case law has provided an insight into the circumstances whereby a public interest test is likely to be satisfied, the law is still wholly inconclusive as to what the ‘public interest’ really is." Read on to get a detailed insight in to this topic.
Fundamental rights have not always been recognized as an objective in the EU and there has been revision in the law. But, is the protection currently sufficient?
Read on for an novice introduction to military law!
The rights of privacy and free expression are paradoxically an essential prerequisite for the enjoyment of one another. However, it can prove to be contentious. Read further to find out more with specific mention of the Sir Cliff Richard case.
This article highlights tips that help tackle anxiety from a personal experience. Read on to gain some useful advice for oneself or to be able to advice your friends.
Is the Court of Justice of the European Union acting out of its judicial power and taking on a political role? The article attempts to examine commentator viewpoints and CJEU's reasoning in case law to try and highlight whether CJEU is the new quasi-legislative body or not.