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The best conference venues in London

18th July 2017

London: the UK’s financial, legal and cultural hub. With all of the ‘Magic Circle’ law firms and 70% of FTSE 100 companies headquartered in the city, the number of business meetings, working lunches,…

MP opens up law-making to constituents with online poll

10th July 2017

Chris Bryant, the Member of Parliament for Rhondda in Wales, has told reporters ‘I want my constituents to help me make my mind up’, as he launches an online poll aimed at boosting political engagement. …

UK brands and trademark legal battles

28th June 2017

The most complex legal battles faced by UK brands are often to do with trademarks. When new companies launch, they must make the decision as to whether or not to legally trademark their brands. Failure to do so can…

New legislation to help end homelessness in the UK

19th June 2017

New legislation to combat homelessness in the UK was passed in March 2017, placing more responsibility on local councils. The Homelessness Reduction Bill aims to decrease the amount of people living on the streets in…

What will a Conservative and DUP deal mean for UK law?

12th June 2017

Despite pollsters predicting a “landslide victory” for the Conservatives, the party failed to win a majority in the general election, and has sought help from the Democratic Unionists Party. At 10pm on…

Social media users warned over Conservative fraud charge posts

5th June 2017

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has warned the public to be aware of commenting on social media in the wake of the Conservative party fraud charge scandal. Conservative candidate for South Thanet, Craig…

How is technology affecting UK law?

22nd May 2017

With the rise of technology including drones, hoverboards, smart phones and social media, UK law has been forced to adapt. More data is being shared than ever before and while legislation has been introduced to…

Campaigns to change wildlife legislation in the UK

15th May 2017

Wildlife charities across the UK are fighting to protect native species. From the bumblebees to butterflies, badgers to hedgehogs, many of Britain’s once flourishing species are now struggling. Many charities…