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Our Team \ Ming Lu Ang (Regular Writer)


Ming Lu (Ming) is a second year law student at the University of Birmingham. Through writing for Keep Calm Talk Law, she hopes to further her understanding in various areas of law and be kept up to date with the latest legal and commercial developments.

Outside of law, she is a keen volunteer – having organised various conferences and charity events in university. She also loves learning languages. She thinks it most likely stemmed from her childhood obsession with reading product labels in foreign languages and voraciously imitating the scripts – hoping to unravel the mystery (or lack of mystery) behind them. Nowadays, away from reading labels, she relaxes by unabashedly indulging in foreign language dramas and getting lost in translation, as well as sketching.

She usually does not refer to herself in the third person too.  

Articles by Ming

Impossible to Bank on it: Vicarious Liability on the Move 14th May 2019

Scotch Whiskey v Lord Advocate: A Neat Solution or The Law on the Rocks? 23rd November 2018

If It's Not Faulty, Don't Fix It: Defending Fault in Negligence 13th March 2018

OPO v Rhodes: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back? 13th February 2018

Blurred Lines? Preserving the Distinction between Leases and Licences 26th December 2017

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