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The new SQE exam facing aspiring solicitors requires strong preparation. We discuss some key texts to get you started – and study methods to complement them.
It's well known that the UK has an 'unwritten' constitution, but do you know what this means and what the advantages and disadvantages are? Find out here!
Discover how cryptocurrency is transforming commercial transactions and the implications that legal practitioners and aspiring lawyers must be aware of.
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Find out more about the collapse of one of the globes leading financial institution, Silicone Valley Bank, and what this could mean for other industries.
It's false that a pregnant woman can relieve herself in a policeman's helmet in the UK – but many other weird laws exist around the world.
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Take a look at the striking actions facing the criminal Bar and discover what has caused the 'crisis for justice'.
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