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To Infinity and Beyond: Legislating for the Peaceful Use of Outer Space

States and private companies are increasingly looking forward to a future in which outer space is both accessible and profitable. How has international law traditionally dealt with the final frontier, and could it be updated to deal with 21st century problems?

11:00, 15th October 2019
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Fundamental No More? Dual Nationality and the Loss of EU Citizenship

The European Court of Justice has steadily granted more and more extensive protection to citizenship law. However, a recent case - Tjebbes [2019] - represented a change in tone, considering whether EU law precludes national legislation providing for the loss of nationality by operation of law.

11:00, 18th June 2019
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Nationality in Sport: Nailing your Colours to the Mast?

A person's nationality can be an emotive thing. Stringent rules often operate regarding whether one can become a national of another country. These rules, however, are somewhat short-circuited by an alternate procedure in sporting law. Can they co-exist, and what will be the position after Brexit?

11:00, 21st May 2019
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Investigating Facebook: Competition Law vs Data Protection

The lines between data protection and competition law are blurring. The German National Competition Authority's investigation into Facebook is the first attempt to tackle data protection with the tools of competition law. Can, or should, the EU follow suit?

12:00, 19th March 2019
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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
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Secession and the EU: Brave New World or Continuation of Membership?

Recent events throughout Europe - perhaps most notably in Catalonia, Spain - has seen rising tensions in many regions regarding the possibility of secession. However, whether a secession will permit the new state to remain part of the European Union is a largely uncertain area of law.

12:00, 4th December 2018
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Scotch Whiskey v Lord Advocate: A Neat Solution or The Law on the Rocks?

The tension between protecting public health and the free movement of goods - and the broader tension between Member States and the EU - was brought into sharp focus in a Supreme Court case last year that raised questions about a reconsideration of the ambit of Article 34 of the TFEU is needed.

12:00, 23rd November 2018
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Sports Arbitration Revisited Pt I: Mutu and Pechstein v Switzerland

Following the recent case of RFC Seraing and Doyen Sports Company v FIFA and Others [2018], the ECtHR took a look at the concerning world of mandatory arbitration clauses in sports contracts in the hugely important Mutu and Pechstein v Switzerland [2018], handed down last week.

11:00, 9th October 2018
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Financial Fair Play in Football: Curbing the Excess or the Enthusiasm?

Football, a favourite pastime of the nation, is also the basis for truly ludicrious levels of investment, winnings and spending. As such, UEFA introduced Financial Fair Play Regulations to discourage football team insolvency. This article assess the compatibility of the Regulations with EU law.

11:00, 25th September 2018
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A Permanent Investment Court: The Future of the International Investment Regime?

The ability of investors to sue for breaches of international investment agreements impacts on how governments can regulate. Such disputes are currently dealt with by a much-criticised arbitration regime. Many advocate reform, with the best proposal being the EU's: a permanent international court.

11:00, 28th August 2018
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The Criminalisation of Homosexuality in the Commonwealth Pt II: Shifting Sands?

The British Empire's legacy of criminalising homosexuality in the Commonwealth has been challenged in the courts. In some countries, the courts have upheld it through decisions that assert sovereignty of democratic institutions; in others, the courts have focused on protecting constitutional rights.

11:00, 6th July 2018
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Spanish Rugby in the Dock Part III: The End of the Line?

An appeal committee upheld a first-instance decision that blocks the Spanish rugby team from qualifying for the Rugby World Cup 2019. Both decisions hold that Spain acted contrary to the laws of rugby. In the third of a three part series, Ben Cisneros examines the final chapter of this sorry saga.

11:00, 26th June 2018
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An Introduction to the GDPR and its Impact on Competition Law

The General Data Protection Regulation introduces a new regime that seeks to modernise data protection law by imposing new obligations upon organisations. It seems likely to have positive impact on competition law, so long as clear lines can be drawn delineating when each body of law applies.

11:00, 25th May 2018
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In a Similar Vein? A Comparative Analysis of Organ Donation Systems

The Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill 2017-19 proposes a 'soft opt-out' system involving a rebuttable presumption of consent to organ donation. An examination of organ donations in several foreign jurisdictions sets out a number of lessons that the UK must learn when implementing this system.

11:00, 13th April 2018
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