27th April 2012
Revision time is again upon us. I thought i'd share with you some revision tips I have found useful these last two years doing a law degree
1) One of my lecturers this year told us that the key to doing well in a law exam was "Cases, Cases,Cases...
12th February 2012
Here are some more latin terms that i've come across this year along with basic definitions. Use them if you want to! Who knows, it might make the difference between a 1st and a 2.1..
1. Simplicter - means 'simply'. i.e “But,...
19th December 2011
Who Buys Music Anyway?
Perhaps surprisingly it is people in their 30’s and 40’s that make up the biggest share of the market . You could argue that this is because...
5th December 2011
I thought I would revisit this as I am writing an essay and even in my third year I don't understand some of the legal terminology! See how many you recognise (who knows, you may even use them!):
1. Inter Alia - this translates...
24th November 2011
You might think that solar power would never be a viable option for Britain considering the weather, but it was merely two months ago that the residents of Wadebrige, Cornwall were celebrating the UK’s first solar powered town....
3rd November 2011
I went to a talk recently about the Greek problem. All facts are courtesy of Max Ziff of the Houlihan Lokey international investment bank:
He described a modern day hydra of corruption, denial, croneyism, wastefulness and nepotism. Take a look...
7th October 2011
I established in the (last article) that our economy is in the doldrums.
24th September 2011
This can be roughly translated as ‘the situation is becoming critical’. Greece is insolvent - in other words it cannot pay its debts back to the governments, companies and investors who own its bonds (government gilts). In the boom era of 2000-2007 the...