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What Traffickers Know that the Court of Appeal Does Not

What Traffickers Know that the Court of Appeal Does Not

In Reyes and Suryadi v Al-Malki [2015] EWCA Civ 32 and Benkharbouche and Janah v Embassy of the Republic of Sudan ...
The Legality of Mass Surveillance Operations

The Legality of Mass Surveillance Operations

A court which isn’t a court in name rules on the legality of a government mass surveillance program that may or may
Whole Life Sentences in Hutchinson v UK – Compromise or Concession?

Whole Life Sentences in Hutchinson v UK – Compromise or Concession?

In Hutchinson v UK, the ECtHR again addressed the vexed question of the compatibility of whole life sentences with ...
Reporting Restrictions in Criminal Cases Involving Juveniles

Reporting Restrictions in Criminal Cases Involving Juveniles

On 3 November 2014 Will Cornick was sentenced to a minimum of 20 years imprisonment for the murder of his teacher ...
An Extraordinary Feat of Firsts: Oxford Disability Mooting Championship and Discussion

An Extraordinary Feat of Firsts: Oxford Disability Mooting Championship and Discussion

On 22 November 2014, the Oxford Law Faculty and Wadham College organised the Herbert Smith Freehills Oxford ...
Modern Slavery Bill – A Brief Review

Modern Slavery Bill – A Brief Review

How does it happen? The fire brigade is called to a fire in a terraced house. When the firemen arrive the doors and
Harassment against women goes online: the problem of revenge porn

Harassment against women goes online: the problem of revenge porn

As the internet takes a more significant place in our culture, its flaws become more evident. While social media, ...
Why the UK Should Embrace the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

Why the UK Should Embrace the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

The UK evinces a certain amount of skepticism for both human rights and for Europe. There has been much publicity ...
The Uncertain Status of Child Rights in the UK

The Uncertain Status of Child Rights in the UK

This November marks the 25th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). An atypical fusion of ...
Government Lodges Plans to More Than Double Oxfordshire Immigration Removal Centre

Government Lodges Plans to More Than Double Oxfordshire Immigration Removal Centre

The Home Office recently submitted plans for major expansion of Campsfield House, an Immigration Removal Centre ...
The UK’s Widening Gender Pay Gap – What Must be Done

The UK’s Widening Gender Pay Gap – What Must be Done

The Geneva based World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Equality Index 2014 has ranked the United Kingdom) 26th out ...
The UK's Widening Gender Pay Gap – What Must be Done

The UK's Widening Gender Pay Gap – What Must be Done

The Geneva based World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Equality Index 2014 has ranked the United Kingdom) 26th out ...

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