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Changes to legal aid
The legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, which comes into force in April 2013 will introduce dramatic changes to the legal aid system.
In particular, the main area concerned is that of Family Law...
Welcome back to your studies! I hope you all had a lovely break over Christmas.
My timetable has changed for this term so my clinic times have also. Thry will now be on;
Tuesday 10.45am -11.45am
Eweida v British Airways Plc may ring a bell particularly if you have taken a human rights module or studied religious discrimination during your law degree. The facts of the case concern an employee who refused to remove her cross.
How many of you have made New Year’s Resolutions?
How many of you have kept them so far?
One resolution that will be very achievable is to gain a LexisNexis research certificate- not only will you acquire a valuable skill that will really...
Firstly, happy New Year, I hope the Christmas period was relaxing (and/or productive!) and that you are all nicely refreshed and ready to get back into the swing of things.
I thought I would use my first post of the year to remind budding...
Conduct rules previously stated that barristers were not allowed to hold clients' money. Nevertheless, a new fund is set to change the way in which city clients can interact with barristers. The Financial Services Authority has approved of a fund known...
Hi everyone! I hope you all had great holidays and a wonderful start to 2013! Just to let you know that due to some changes in my timetable, LexisNexis Clinics at Queen Mary will now be taking place every Tuesday from 11-12 pm in the Laws Computer Room...
Last month the government released a report on updating copyright laws. Much of this is another response to recommendations set out in the Hargreaves Report that the government has supported since its publication in 2011.
We should now be...