Tag: Legal affairs
What does digital transformation mean for women in law?
MSc student and qualified Turkish lawyer Öznur Uğuz considers how advancements in tech help and hinder the current gender gap
Best of the blogs
Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts
New Year round-up
The top legal affairs news stories from the New Year period
The impact of AI on copyright law
Following public excitement around 'ChatGPT', aspiring barrister Jonathan Binns considers the impact of artificial intelligence on UK copyright law, and even asks the chatbot for its take
What is the Court of Protection?
Trainee solicitor Leanne Gibson sheds light on this 'little-known area of law'
London’s Commercial Court: Under threat, or concern about nothing?
Reading University law student Ben Holder takes a look at the Commercial Court and assesses its future
Secrets and lies: The UK’s troubled regime of freedom of information
Second-year LSE law student Nhan Pham-Thanh explores the chequered history of freedom of information in the UK, currently stalled under Boris Johnson’s government
The rules of war
Law student Michal Smigla considers international humanitarian law and the consequences of disregarding it
Law firms as social enterprises — the future, or just a CSR pipedream?
Future trainee Bethany Barrett explores whether the trend could take off in the legal industry