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Coronavirus and the ECHR: Should the UK Trigger Article 15?

The UK government has already taken dramatic steps to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic, and may have to go further in the coming months. Derogating from the European Convention on Human Rights through Article 15 may in fact be the best way to protect fundamental rights during the crisis.

12:00, 31st March 2020

Coronavirus and the IHR: Safeguarding Human Rights in a Crisis

The International Health Regulations (IHR) are intended to aid in an international health crisis while safeguarding human rights. However, as the coronavirus pandemic pushes governments to more and more draconian measures, the IHR appear increasingly insufficient for the task at hand.

12:00, 24th March 2020

TPO in Football: What is "Third Party Ownership"?

FIFA regulations on "third-party ownership" of football players have proved controversial in the sport. While they do serve a legitimate purpose, they can be prone to confused interpretation, and may not be the best way of achieving that purpose.

12:00, 10th March 2020

Sparing the Camel's Back: Fixing the Common European Asylum System

The Common European Asylum (CEAS) is approaching breaking point, from non-cooperation of Member States to overburdening of the system. These problems, therefore, must be countered if the EU is to avoid further fragmentation, and a humanitarian crisis dwarfing the one we are seeing now.

12:00, 18th February 2020

Welsh Law: A New Jurisdiction for Wales?

In 2020, the National Assembly for Wales will become the Welsh Parliament as the Wales Act 2017 come into force. With Welsh lawmakers set to be given greater powers and autonomy, has the time come to separate Welsh law from English law?

12:00, 11th February 2020

Routier v HMRC: Redefining 'Charitable Purposes' For Inheritance Tax

In a recent case regarding a Jersey trust, the Supreme Court disapplied a sixty-year-old convention of interpretation, significantly widening the scope of 'charitable purposes' for inheritance tax exemption.

12:00, 4th February 2020

The Biggest Challenges Facing the Legal Profession in 2020

"Commercial awareness" is perhaps the most overused and least understood phrase in the industry. Our look at the year ahead takes a broad approach to the topic, from Brexit and the criminal justice system to mental health and cybersecurity.

12:00, 14th January 2020

GDPR: Challenges for Businesses, Eighteen Months On

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was implemented eighteen months ago, but many businesses in the UK are still not GDPR compliant. What are the main challenges presented by GDPR to businesses and their customers, and what role can professionals play in ensuring GDPR compliance?

12:00, 3rd December 2019

Book Review: 'Trials of the State' by Lord Sumption

'Trials of the State: Law and the Decline of Politics' by Lord Sumption offers an insightful and relevant perspective on the relationship between law and politics in modern Britain.

12:00, 22nd October 2019

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