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Investor Visas in the EU: a Golden Ticket to Union Protection?

The rules surrounding access to EU citizenship are often strict. However, a scheme permitting investors to gain access to citizenship undermines this process, creating a two-tiered system: access for the wealthy, rejection for the poor.

12:00, 19th February 2019

A British Bill of Rights Part I: Bringing Rights Home

Part I looks at the introduction of the Human Rights Act 1998, the justifications for it, and the transformative role it has played in the protection of civil liberties. Part II will look at the future for the HRA post-Brexit.

12:00, 12th February 2019

Fortnite IP Royale: Can Dance Moves Be Copyrighted?

Fortnite Battle Royale has become the biggest game in the world. One particularly popular aspect of the game is the variety of 'emotes': dances players can perform in game. Recent lawsuits against Epic Games, its developer, has raised a key question: can simple dance moves be copyrighted?

12:00, 5th February 2019

Assaults on Emergency Workers: Protecting the Protectors or an Empty Promise?

Parliament recently passed the Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Act 2018 in an attempt to 'protect the protectors' by ensuring those that assault emergency workers receive double sentences. However, does this actually make any difference or is it simply a hollow policy?

12:00, 29th January 2019

The Robots are Coming: Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Lawyers?

Advancements in technology have seen an increased use of artificial intelligence, including in the legal sector. There are obvious benefits to this. But there are also challenges. This article explores the implications of these developments, in particular for jobs in the legal sector

12:00, 22nd January 2019

KCTL Careers: Common Application Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Krishen Muthoo, Chief Editor of doovice.com, discusses 3 textbook mistakes that can distinguish successful training contract applications from unsuccessful ones.

12:00, 18th January 2019

Biased Judgment or Baseless Accusation? Impartiality in the Courts

It is of fundamental importance that justice is done and seen to be done - a key part of this is that the judiciary are impartial in their decision making. However, bias may undoubtedly seep through in some cases. The Court of Appeal considered where to draw the line in 2018.

12:00, 15th January 2019

The Biggest Challenges Facing the Legal Profession in 2019

Showing an understanding of the challenges facing the legal profession is vital for demonstrating awareness to recruiters. Thus, it is important to examine how internal changes to law firms, SRA deregulation, the crumbling criminal justice system and gender equality will be the big stories of 2019.

12:00, 11th January 2019

Rise of the Accountants: An Existential Threat to Law Firms

The legal industry has traditionally been rather protected from outside threats. In recent years, however, the Big Four accountancy firms have begun to encroach on legal territory. It now seems only a matter of time until law firms face a real threat of being left behind by these giants.

12:00, 8th January 2019

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