• Strengthening Cooperation during Public Health Emergencies by Dr Richard Mackenzie-Gray Scott

  • Why the EU’s block on the UK’s accession to the Lugano Convention harms human rights by Daniel Leader

  • Climate change and lawyers by Jonathan Goldsmith

  • Supporting the Legal Profession in Afghanistan

  • Post-COVID Reforms to Financial Fair Play by Dr. Ryan Gauthier

  • The future of courts by Peter Nicholson

  • A new ‘special relationship’ or a damage limitation exercise? EU–UK criminal justice cooperation after Brexit by Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas

  • Socio-economic diversity in the legal profession - a discussion with HHJ Brandon

  • Governing law, enforcement of judgments and jurisdiction post Brexit – where are we now? by Anna Pertoldi

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Increasing social mobility in the legal profession – a Law Society priority for the year ahead by Sorana Vieru

Sorana Vieru is the Campaign Leader (Social Mobility) at the Law Society of England and Wales. She works to increase the profile, reach and impact of the Society’s work on social mobility within the legal sector and making the profession a leader and role model on diversity for other sectors.


A overview of the key cases from the European Courts in 2021

In this article we summarise some cases we view as key in areas of state aid and taxation, Poland and the EU, competition law, the UK’s and group action litigation and the European Arrest Warrant’s application to Ireland.

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Strengthening Cooperation during Public Health Emergencies by Dr Richard Mackenzie-Gray Scott

Dr Richard Mackenzie-Gray Scott is currently a research fellow at the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, part of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, where he is also a member of its equality, diversity and inclusion committee.

One year post-Brexit: where are we now?

As 2021 draws to a close, this article reflects on Brexit developments between the UK and EU across the year with a particular focus on the Northern Ireland Protocol negotiations and the recent establishment of the EU-UK Joint Parliamentary Assembly. For both areas, this article reviews what has happened in ...

What are the consequences of divergence from EU law post-Brexit?

Following Lord Frost’s speeches over the last few months of 2021 where he argued that Brexit can’t be successful without divergence from EU legislation, this article looks at some of the potential consequences increased divergence could have on a number of areas.

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