• 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

  • ‘Brexit Transition and the Rule of Law: An Uncertain New World?’ by Dr Oliver Garner

  • David Greene, the new President of the Law Society of England and Wales, talks about his Presidency priorities

  • Amanda Millar, President of the Law Society of Scotland, talks about her Presidency priorities

  • Black Lives Matter and the legal profession by I. Stephanie Boyce

  • COVID-19, Brexit and the Resilience of the English & Welsh Courts - Elizabeth Williams, Stuart Doxford & Tom Bowen

  • Will the UK rely more on private international law in the future? by Michael Clancy

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Data adequacy decisions for the UK: where are we?

On 19 February 2021, the European Commission published two draft data adequacy decisions which found that the UK’s data protection standards are ‘essentially equivalent’ to those within the European Union. The decisions, if approved, will allow for free flow of data between the EU and the UK. Data flows from ...

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

HHJ Brandon currently sits as a Circuit Judge on the Northern Circuit based at Liverpool Crown Court and has done so since 1 April 2019. HHJ Brandon began her schooling at a comprehensive school in the North of England before studying Government and Law at the University of Manchester. After ...

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Court of Justice of the European Union - Case Law Digest March 2021

This month’s case law digest contains an update on the EU’s conclusion of the Istanbul Convention on the prevention and combating of violence against women and domestic violence, as well as several important state aid decisions. It also contains cases on establishing jurisdiction in cases of child abduction, and national ...

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European Parliament ratification of the TCA: where do we stand?

In our article dated 22 January 2021 we discussed how, in order to prevent a no-deal scenario, the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) was applied provisionally before it was to be ratified by the European Parliament. This provisional application was slated to be in effect until 28 February 2021 ...

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Gender diversity in the legal profession by Sally Penni MBE

Sally Penni MBE, barrister-at-law, chair of Women in the Law UK and vice-president of the Association of Women Barristers, explains some of the issues surrounding gender diversity in the legal profession.

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