This post has been contributed by Lisa Kidger, Subject Content Developer for Labour Law. There has always been a tension between the desire of an individual
This post has been contributed by Sarah Fortin Espigares, Undergraduate Laws Student. I had the opportunity to fly to London this past March for the revision
This post has been contributed by Ms Amber Marks, Module Convenor for Evidence. The knotty issue of sexual history evidence is back in the
This post has been contributed by Prof Jill Marshall, Module Convenor for Jurisprudence and legal theory. In mid-November, the BBC and other news media reported the decision of
This post follows on from the previous one found here: Occupiers Liability – Part 1 and is contributed by Patricia Tuitt, Module Convenor for Tort law.
This post is contributed by Dr. Manos Maganaris, Module Convener for Conflict of laws. The CJEU in its decision of 16 November 2016 in Schmidt