Tenant Fees Act 2019: Goodbye to unfair letting charges?
Agents have been allowed to charge exorbitant, arbitrary fees for too long, says future trainee solicitor Fraser Collingham
Warwick student rape chat scandal: Should they be prosecuted?
Nottingham law grad Fraser Collingham considers how the law balances free speech and offensive social media messages
My 10 trickiest training contract interview questions
Fortunately, I was never asked ‘sell me this pen’
Should law firms recruit two years in advance?
There are pros and cons to the lengthy recruitment process, says future trainee solicitor Fraser Collingham
Why our employment laws need some serious attention
Nottingham law grad Fraser Collingham reflects on his recent experience working in the hospitality industry and explains why employment law reform is much-needed
Why are British nationals being prosecuted for fighting against ISIS?
You risk your life fighting terrorists, then get treated like one when you come home
Law firms, you really need some new buzzwords
If you want to differentiate yourself don’t use the same, contrived superlatives, one future trainee argues
Tax law has become sexy — but lawyers need to be careful when advising clients
The vice around tax avoidance and evasion is tightening
Government plans to tighten M&A rules sends out the wrong message
Isn't the UK meant to be open and ready for business post-Brexit?