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    Concerns raised over Oxford Law Faculty’s new £2,500 summer programme

    "The cost of the programme is £2,500 per person. Students enrolled on the course will engage in “enrichment activities” and will have the opportunity to write an essay and receive feedback from Oxford tutors. The course will include more than 50 contact hours made up of lectures, seminars and tutorials."

    The limits of liberté: France’s ‘global security law’

    At the end of November, returning to the UK on my way back from the first part of my year abroad, I passed through...

    Automatic Facial Recognition – A gaping hole in data privacy legislation?

    As technology advances, we lose track of the vast amounts of data being stored and our ignorance prevents us from protecting our data in the future.

    Lady Hale to give Romanes lecture

    Rt Hon the Baroness Hale of Richmond DBE will be delivering this year’s Romanes lecture, entitled “Law in a time of crisis”, online on...

    Brexit and breaking the law: ‘it’s only okay when we do...

    "I want to be clear that this is not, and should not, be a political issue. Any government breaking, or threatening to break, laws should be held accountable regardless of their political affiliations."

    Hong Kong National Security Law: Safeguard or Subversion?

    "Any legal grounds in defence of the National Security Law are uprooted by the breaches in fundamental principles that have long governed life in Hong Kong, by the laws of China where justice and fairness are near non-existent."

    Artificial Intelligence: The Case for Regulation

    With every passing day, technology becomes increasingly indispensable in our world. Inventions such as electricity, the motor car, and the internet stand out as...

    Unelected, Unrepentant, Untouchable

    Seeing the Daily Mail and The Guardian seemingly in agreement on a political scandal can only be described as a strange phenomenon. Yet this is exactly...
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    All Souls professor appointed to Supreme Court

    A Barrister and Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple, Professor Andrew Burrows is Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford. He will join the Supreme Court on 2nd June 2020.
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    Review: Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons – ‘complex but never cumbersome’

    With a compelling performance and effective use of lighting and music, Dromadaire Productions encourages us to consider the importance of communication