law

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16th September 2016

It was recently reported by the BBC that in the future jobs will increasingly be at risk of automation from artificial intelligence (AI). Boston Consulting Group predicts that by 2025 up...

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Posted by Fojan Nourouzi | 17th May 2016

Preparing for a moot can be stressful. The scenario you are given may include issues which you have no prior knowledge on. Don’t panic, instead break down the preparation process...

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Posted by Masoud Gerami | 8th December 2015

I attended the Law via the Internet conference in Sydney last month, as I have done a number of times since 2008.  This has always been an interesting conference to...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 18th January 2015

Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II Prime Minister (First Lord of the Treasury): David Cameron (MP) (Conservative) INTRODUCTION The Parliament of the United Kingdom is the supreme legislature of Great...

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Posted by Justis | 29th January 2014

The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC): few are aware of the body; fewer still could define it. But its influence is far-reaching: for 31 jurisdictions – a mixture...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 2nd May 2013

Justis Publishing said the new members of staff, who will analyse and research case law and legislation, will be paid starting salaries of £17,000 and will work from home. The...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 22nd January 2010

CELEX – Introduction The CELEX (Communitatis Europeae Lex) group of databases, on which the CELEX databases on Justis are based, is the computerised documentation system for European Union law that...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 21st January 2010

CELEX – Fields and Groups In the CELEX databases, fields are given names which appear on the left hand side of the document (sometimes abbreviated). For convenience, fields are assigned...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 21st January 2010

CELEX Document Numbers Each document in the CELEX databases has been assigned a unique document number (e.g. 31997L0044), which usually contains ten characters. This number is used in the following...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 19th January 2010

Q – What is the hierarchy of courts in the United Kingdom? A – The court system in England and Wales can be considered as consisting of 5 levels: Supreme...

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