Legal Cheek Journal
Changes to immigration rules: the new price of family reunification
Sheffield Uni law student Jacob Dubiecha offers a critical analysis of the increased minimum income requirement
Non-fatal strangulation and suffocation: Why was this new offence necessary and what has been its impact?
King’s College London grad Lucy Sutton explores the implications
5 Ways India’s Digital Personal Data Protection Act 2023 differs from Europe’s GDPR
Mayank Batavia takes a deep dive into data protection mechanisms in India and Europe
Video link wills: nifty solution or ripe for litigation?
Lauren Slade, maths graduate and aspiring barrister, explores the continuing suitability of video link wills
Halsey and beyond: The Court of Appeal’s discretion on compelling parties to use ADR
City Uni bar student Jaaved Fareed analyses Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil
Ntzegkoutanis v Kimionis: A beacon of hope for minority shareholders?
KCL senior lecturer Anil Balan analyses the Court of Appeal's recent decision
The Workers Act 2023: What does it mean in practice?
Anglia Ruskin law student Olga Kyriakoudi explores its implications
Legal Takeaway: Who’s who for Deliveroo?
Oxford Uni PPE grad Joshua Masson explores the UKSC's recent Deliveroo judgment
Human rights obligations in investor-state disputes
Bristol Uni law student Jasmine Cundiff, explores the hurdles to keeping investors accountable
Could you be fired by a robot – and would UK anti-discrimination law protect you?
Cambridge Uni law grad Puja Patel analyses whether current anti-discrimination laws are fit for purpose in the wake of AI
The past, present and future of the Quincecare duty
Hannah Sinclair, Bristol Uni law grad and aspiring barrister, charts the developments following Philipp v Barclays Bank
‘Failure to prevent fraud’ and what it means for businesses
Bar course grad Shifra Moriarty explores recent developments in financial crimes legislation
Lights, camera, carbon: The legal state of celebrity carbon footprints
KCL law student Ana Palade explores how celebrities can be held more accountable for their carbon-intensive activities
Access to justice: how can we do more?
Cardiff University law student Sophia McKenna explores how we can develop effective solutions
Who owns indigenous knowledge: local communities or corporations?
Lawyers Ria Das and Sia Das explore the pressing problem of biopiracy of indigenous knowledge
Competition chronicles: Microsoft vs The CMA and FTC
Exeter Uni law student Dara Adefemi explores the complexities of competition law
Why we need to take a closer look at ‘loot boxes’
Aspiring barrister Georgia Keeton-Williams on why more needs to be done to protect children from in-game currencies
Navigating bias in generative AI
Nottingham PPE student Charlie Downey looks at the challenges around artificial intelligence
How election legislation has failed the UK’s visually-impaired voters
Aspiring barrister Lauren Slade explores the lack of statutory protection for the blind
Flexible working, inflexible stereotypes
Durham Uni psychology grad Darcie Summers analyses the gendered implications of the UK passing the Flexible Working Bill
Improving access to justice – is AI the answer?
Jake Fletcher-Stega, a recent University of Liverpool law grad explores the potential for technology to enhance legal services