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Miller v The Minister of State for Exiting the European Union  UKSC 5 On the 3rd November 2016 in Court Room 4 in the Royal Courts of Justice, the Chief Justice, the Master of the Rolls and a Court … Read More
John Gardner’s discussion of Law as a Leap of Faith (OUP 2012) raises important questions about the relation between law and faith. Deontological ethics regards proper behaviour as that which complies with an external set of values, often of a religious origin … Read More
Recently a city firm advertised on its website for a trainee. It received many applications (of course the applicants were also applying to other firms). Each applicant was asked to submit a cv and a covering letter. The initial sorting … Read More
City lawyers are debating the reaction of a lady barrister, who published a portrait of herself in robes on LinkedIn, to which a solicitor responded “that is a stunning picture!!! You definitely win the prize for the best LinkedIn picture … Read More
“Once we had a country and we thought it fair, Look in the atlas and you’ll find it there: We cannot go there now, my dear, we cannot go there now. “The consul banged the table and said: ‘If you’ve … Read More
In reality, legal problems are often multi faceted – with many issues to resolve – for example, trespass to goods, public law, human rights, remedial and theoretical. The artificial academic questions, which teachers set, do not prepare students for the wild outside world. While … Read More