X marks the spot: Treasure law reforms in England and Wales
Heritage law enthusiast and future pupil barrister Hillary Curtis takes a look at reforms to protect our rich history of art and culture, in the first of a series on this fascinating subject
Why reforming secured transactions law is a good thing for everyone — including law students
Nottingham Law School Professor Paula Moffatt builds a case for reform of the ‘complicated and highly technical’ area of law
Branching out: Could we give legal rights to trees?
The notion that a natural object could be a rights holder is not as bizarre as it first seems, writes Oxford Brookes law grad Paul Wyard
Can we put a price on a polar bear?
As part of Legal Cheek’s occasional series exploring buzzing legal research across the UK and internationally, today we examine the monetary value we place on the natural world
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
A brief history of equitable compensation
Linguistic developments have muddied the waters, says Oxford University law student Jordan Briggs