June 18, 2008

The cases that changed Britain: 1785-1869 (Part I)

From Times By Gary Slapper It is a question to excite the repressed student in every lawyer: which cases have most shaped British law over the […]
June 18, 2008

Times Law Reports: from bottled snails to cannibalism

From The Times June 19, 2008 200 years of Law Reports are now available online with the launch of The Times Archive. Irish patriot Sir Roger […]
June 17, 2008

The UK best law firms

Quoted from the Times There were 11 law firms in the list:- 1. Pannone (#5 overall) 2. Brabners Chaffe Street (27) 3. Addleshaw Goddard (40) 4. […]
June 16, 2008

Iranian bank assets frozen by EU sanctions

Quoted from Daily Telgegraph By David Blair, Diplomatic Editor Iran faces a new round of financial sanctions as the European Union has agreed to freeze the […]
June 15, 2008

The market sets high oil prices to tell us what to do

By Martin Wolf Quoted from the Financial Times Oil at $200 a barrel: that was the warning from Goldman Sachs, published last week. The real price […]
June 14, 2008

Supreme Court Condemns Guantanamou

Quoted from the Independent By Robert Verkaik, Law Editor American Supreme Court condemns Guantanamo Detainees at Guantanamo are able to challenge their detention in civilian courts. […]

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