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We take contributions from both aspiring and practising lawyers.

We do not assume prior knowledge of the topic at hand, making our law journal uniquely accessible to non-lawyers, students and practising lawyers alike.

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We give passionate people the ability to publish their views to a wide audience, where otherwise they might not have had the chance.

Contributors are given the opportunity to develop practical skills from an early stage in their career.

Readers receive high quality legal commentary, without costly subscription fees.


We provide contributors with unrivalled editorial support. Each article receives on average two hours of editorial review.

We support our readers by providing them with a wide breadth of commentary, allowing them to keep up to date with legal developments outside of their everyday practice area or profession.


We take the best aspects of traditional legal publishing, and combine them with the 21st Century.

We start from the bottom up. Modern practising lawyers often want the same as lay people; less academics, more practice, and more opinion.

We encourage contributors to be thought leaders, thus starting discussions on important issues.

The Management Team

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Keir Baker (Editor in Chief)

Keir is a recent law graduate from Selwyn College, Cambridge University and a Future Trainee Solicitor at Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP. His main areas of interest are Employment and Discrimination law. Outside the realm of law, Keir is an accomplished goalkeeper in both football and hockey, as well as a keen actor and pianist. He is a long-suffering supporter of Middlesbrough FC.

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Chris Bridges (Executive Editor)

Chris is an IT and Data Protection solicitor at a top 20 full service firm and the founder of Keep Calm Talk Law. He also contributes to Computers and Law and other sector specific publications.

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Ben Brown (Bar Outreach)

Ben graduated from Durham University in 2012 and is currently a tenant at a leading London Chambers specialising in all areas of Criminal and International Criminal Law. Prior to this Ben was a paralegal in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department of a large American law firm.

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Samuel Cuthbert (Private Law Manager)

Sam read Philosophy at Durham University, followed by the GDL funded by the Lord Brougham Scholarship and a Hardwicke Scholarship from Lincoln's Inn. Sam is now spending a year, prior to undertaking the BPTC, to develop his legal interests in a paralegal capacity. His legal career is starting in a M&A paralegal role at a large Viennese firm. He is a passionate speaker and has his sights set firmly on a career at the bar.

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Alexios Ektor Koursopoulos (EU and International Law Manager)

Alexios is a law graduate from Sussex University. Soon after completing his LLB, Alexios began working on his own medical start-up. Alongside with his LLB, Alexios has successfully managed promotion companies in Brighton after working his way up the ladder, managing over 100 people at times. Outside the law, Alexios kick-boxed for a few years in Greece and still enjoys the odd training session when his schedule allows it.

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Matt Bogdan (EU & International Law Editor)

Matt graduated with an LLB (2:1) from Durham University in July 2014. Most recently, he has been assisting with research on comparative company law at the Durham Law School. Matt is primarily interested in the TMT sector, but has also been involved in matters of public international law through Durham United Nations Society.

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Sudhershen Hariram (Family Law Editor)

Sudhershen is a law graduate from the National University of Singapore. Qualified as an Advocate and Solicitor, he worked at one of Singapore’s oldest firms specialising in Family Law. Outside the law, Sudhershen is a keen footballer, having played profesionally in the Singaporean S-League.

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Anirudh Mandagere (Law and Social Policy Editor)

Anirudh is the judicial assistant to Lord Justice Jackson. Previously he studied History at St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford and undertook the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Bar Professional Training Course at City University. Outside of the law, Anirudh enjoys running, badminton and watching the cult Netflix series, ‘Bojack Horseman’.

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Annie Morrin (Public Law and Human Rights Editor)

Annie is a caseworker for LawWorks (the Solicitors Pro Bono Group) where she specialises in securing legal support for vulnerable and disadvantaged people. Previously, she completed a training contract as a Silver Circle firm and graduated with a French and Spanish degree from King's College London. Outside of law, Annie enjoys travelling, practising yoga, eating pizza, drinking wine and enjoying time with friends and family. 

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Maimoona Nalkhande (Commercial Law Editor)

Maimoona is final year LLB student at Middlesex University Dubai. A former President of her university's Writing Society, Maimoona is passionate about developing a career as a commercial lawyer. Outside the law, she enjoys reading, travelling, swimming, yoga, cooking and watching horror movies.

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Meghan Phillips (US and International Law Editor)

Meghan is pursuing an LLM in Public International Law at Queen Mary University of London. From an American military family, she is a member of the Virginia State Bar. After attending the University of Notre Dame, where she majored in Political Science and French, she spent her time at law school focused on international law, immigration, and human rights.

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Jack Slone (Criminal and Tort Law Editor)

Jack is a second-year law student at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford University. He has a keen passion for legal issues which affect the day-to-day lives of people in society, such as criminal law, medical law, and the law of negligence. Outside of law, Jack enjoys a number of sports including cycling, squash and snooker or indulging in his guilty pleasure of American TV programs and box-sets.

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Adrienne Tong Jia Inn (Private Law Editor)

Adrieene is currently a BPTC student at City Law School, London. She aspires to start a career in corporate-commercial law, even though her beloved subject of Roman Law is unlikely to feature too heavily. Outside the law, she enjoys sketching, painting and all things art.

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Our Writers

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Ben Cisneros (Regular Writer)

Ben is currently a third-year law student at Selwyn College, Cambridge, currently spending this year studying law at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid as part of the Erasmus scheme. He has a keen interest in Sports law, and is also partial to Contract, Tort and IP. Outside of academia, Ben is a keen singer, actor and hockey player. 

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Connor Griffith (Regular Writer)

Connor is a recent law graduate from the University of Nottingham with a particular interest in the impact of technology on the law. He is now undertaking the combined LLM LPC at Nottingham Law School before beginning his training contract with Browne Jacobson LLP. Outside the law, he enjoys stand-up comedy and horror books.

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Peter Lennon (Regular Writer)

Peter is a current GDL student at the University of Sheffield, having previously studied history at Selwyn College, Cambridge. He has an interest in public policy and the impact of the law on individuals, and is an aspiring solicitor in the regions. Outside the law, Peter spends most of his free time reading, writing, and begrudgingly explaining where Lincolnshire is to southerners.

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Joseph Mahon (Regular Writer)

Originally a theology graduate from the University of Edinburgh, Joseph is currently undertaking an LLM in Public Law at UCL. His primary interests lie in three fields: public law, human rights, and international law. Outside of law, he plays football, tennis and cricket and is a die-hard supporter of Bath Rugby.

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Jamil Mustafa (Regular Writer)

Jamil is an aspiring barrister currently studying the BPTC at BPP University. His main legal interests are contract, tort and equity. Before turning to the law, Jamil graduated with an MPhil in American History with Distinction from Clare College, Cambridge, and with First Class Honours in Government and History from the LSE. Outside academia, Jamil enjoys cricket, rugby and rowing and is a staunch supporter of Manchester United FC.

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Mark O'Neill (Regular Writer)

Mark is an aspiring solicitor and graduate of the Open University, where he recently graduated with a First Class Honours in his BSc (Hons) Open Degree. Mark also works full time for UCL at the Institute of Education as a Facilities and Health & Safety Manager. Mark will be commencing the GDL at BPP in September and hopes to complete the LPC with the aim of working as a commercial solicitor in the city.

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Editors' Pick October

Poor Relations and Proportionality: The Flaws of TfL’s Uber Decision

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An Anniversary or Two – Four Years of Keep Calm Talk Law

11th Nov 2017

Rising from the Ashes: The Return of Keep Calm Talk Law

18th Nov 2016

Two Years On, KCTL’s Legacy is Expanding

11th Nov 2015

Our First Birthday

11th Nov 2014

From Noticeboard to Broadsheet

13th Oct 2014


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