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The culmination of former nurse Lucy Letby’s trial led to a public outcry when she was not in court to hear her sentence after being found guilty of the murder of seven and attempted murder of six...

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The law on vicarious liability has seen various legal developments over the last decade and in recent years, with the Supreme Court modernising and clarifying the tests through case law decisions.

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February 2023 saw the judgment in the long-awaited case of Fearn and others v Board of Trustees of The Tate Gallery which may just change the future of nuisance cases as we know it...

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A key case for teaching and studying gross negligence manslaughter: R v Broughton (2020), the facts, outcome and legal impact of the case. Includes; student task and further reading.

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The key case of R v Barton & Booth (2020) and how this should be used in your exam answers...

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What happened in the key case of Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police (2018), how did this change the law on negligence, and how should this be used in exam answers...

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Alec Baldwin has been charged with the involuntary manslaughter of cinematographer Halyna Hutchinson who died on the set of his lates film “Rust” when a gun he was using in filming went off in his...

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Originally the brainchild of former Business Secretary, Jacob Rees-Mogg under the short-lived Truss administration, anti-strike legislation is now being proposed by Rishi Sunak. Striking a balance...

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The Netflix show “Pepsi, Where’s My Jet?” has had audiences captured with its retelling of the US case of Leonard v Pepsico Inc. But how would this be decided under English Contract Law?

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December 2022 marked the 100 year anniversary of the first woman, Carrie Morrison, being admitted as a solicitor of England and Wales, following the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 which...

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Enjoy this bumper Christmas-themed pack of Law quiz questions and challenges (with the odd Christmas general knowledge question thrown in for fun). 24 different challenges/activities with some...

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On 17 August 2022 the mandatory retirement age of the judiciary increased from 70 to 75 to reflect the move in society where people are now working longer, and so not to lose the experienced...

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Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) sentences were introduced by New Labour Home Secretary Lord Blunkett in 2005. These were only to be imposed for 96 of the most serious violent or sexual...

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As outlined in this BBC news article the former Prime Minister, Liz Truss, halted the proposed reform to the Human Rights Act 1998 just before its Second Reading.

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The introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE) from 2022 is the biggest shake-up to the training of the legal profession seen for nearly 30 years, taking over from the Legal Practice...

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Freedom of expression is fundamental to our rights as human beings and is essential for democracy to flourish. There are obvious examples where this statement might be seen as controversial, but...

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In order to adequately analyse the infringement of Article 8 rights, it is sometimes helpful to refer to statutes other than the Human Rights Act 1998. Below is a list of statutes, which contain...

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Article 10, the right to freedom of expression, states that "Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information...

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This week, the Tate Modern won a landmark case on the issue of privacy. The case was brought by residents of a nearby tower block, who complained that visitors to the Tate Modern used the viewing...

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Article 8 of the ECHR sets out the right to a private and family life, home and correspondence. But are these rights, often concerning dignity, upheld when it comes to the care of vulnerable adults?

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