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Argentina: Abortion Update
On Wednesday 8th August, Argentina did not legalise abortion. They did not put a stop to illegal abortions and save countless lives. They...
Mental Health Referrals: An Alternative to Prison?
The prison regime has been at the centre of scrutiny in recent years. Particular questions arise as to whether it is effective in...
"Give Us This Day, Our Daily Bread" - A Case of Elections Gone Wrong
There is nothing worse than trying to convince someone to vote for a particular candidate. Despite facts and figures, they have their...
Radical Changes? Organ Donation in 2020.
Recent developments indicate a massive change to organ donation under the NHS system is set to happen, subject to Parliament approving...
Rebuilding Africa: The Ethiopian Case Study
“WE WANT PROSPERITY. WE WANT DEMOCRACY. WE WANT PEOPLE TO BE EQUAL.” These were the chants of most Ethiopians in Canada and the USA,...
Legal Aid Cuts = Unlawful!
Under the current Conservative Government, the English legal system has experienced crippling cuts to legal aid. Legal aid essentially...
Update: Removing Life-Support
This article focuses on a recent ruling (the background facts can be found here) by the Supreme Court, which addresses the current need...
Unhappily married?… Not grounds for divorce!
A recent Supreme Court decision held that being unhappily married is not grounds to permit a divorce in England and Wales. It should be...
Jake K. Newell appointed to UCL Journal of Law & Jurisprudence Editorial Board
We are delighted to announce that our Editor-In-Chief, Jake, has been appointed to UCL Journal of Law & Jurisprudence Editorial Board. He...
Abortion: 50 years on
On 27th October 1967, the Abortion Act received royal assent. 50 years on, I reflect on the Abortion Act by discussing what exactly is...
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