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My visit to court and why you should do the same!

My visit to court and why you should do the same!

As law students I recommend you go and see court trials to see how they work, and what a court room looks like. It is not difficult to get there, you just need to plan your time carefully and simply not be too shy to ask as many questions...

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Your starter for 10: Who is the new Lord Chancellor?

Your starter for 10: Who is the new Lord Chancellor?

After the particularly cruel combination of a snap general election coinciding with exam season, you may be forgiven for not immediately being aware of the changes arising from the subsequent cabinet reshuffle. One such change is the appointment of a new Lord Chancellor. Liz Truss, who had been widely...

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Obituary: Professor Gary Slapper

Obituary: Professor Gary Slapper

We regret to inform our OULS members that Professor Gary Slapper sadly passed away on the 4th December 2016.  Gary Slapper’s role at the Open University’s law school cannot be overstated. As founder of the Open University Law School, author of the essential textbook The English Legal System, and...

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Helen Dolphin – We are all the same but different!

Helen Dolphin - We are all the same but different!

We are all the same, but all different Having created articles for various magazines and publications over the years, I have become akin to seeking subject matters that stand out, providing something of interest for the readers. Amidst the horde of Tweets and Facebook posts from OU law students...

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