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Peter Lennon recently completed the LPC at the University of Sheffield, and is a future trainee of Mills & Reeve LLP. Before law, Peter studied History at Selwyn College, Cambridge. His main areas of interest are corporate law, administrative law, and legal policy. Outside the law, Peter enjoys writing, cooking, and pretending to know about football.

The views expressed in Peter's articles are solely his own opinions, and do not represent the opinions of Mills & Reeve LLP.

Articles by Peter

Vicarious Liability: Clarifying A "Close Connection" 23rd June 2020

Vicarious Liability: Re-Examining the "Akin to Employment" Test 16th June 2020

The Biggest Challenges Facing the Legal Profession in 2020 14th January 2020

Sentencing Reform: Should We Scrap Short Sentences? 10th September 2019

Grenfell Tower Fire: A Turning Point for Corporate Manslaughter? 20th November 2018

Commissioner v DSD: Sending Police Liability into Uncharted Waters 27th March 2018

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