Kingston and York uni grads triumph in 4 Pump Court’s inaugural Pride Moot
Four finalists secure mini-pupillages at London commercial set, with winning team also receiving £500
East Anglia Uni student uses contract law revision notes to defeat landlord in court
Jack Simm was just a fresher when he initiated proceedings
Lawyers analyse child’s ‘new room contract’ with 9-year-old sister
‘Would a Haribo rent be a sensible consideration?’
‘Will a 52 in contract prevent me securing a City training contract?’
Graduated with a first
Williams v Roffey Bros: The uncertainty in contract law
Oxford University law student Jordan Briggs explains how the Supreme Court missed an opportunity to clear up the confusion
Can a multi-million pound contract made in the pub ever be binding?
The memory illusion
Lord Sumption slams TWO of his fellow judges in strongly-worded contract law speech
And then goes on to confess his love for dictionaries
The case of the missing comma: Court of Appeal judgment is all about the grammar
Lack of the so-called Oxford comma leads to truckers’ victory in overtime payment case
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Are the courts too soft on contract breakers?
A critical look at the “take your money and move on” approach
Parliament needs to realise no one reads the small print anymore
We only sign contracts to avoid mobile phone shop awkwardness