Education

Testing across the pond

Joanne Kane considers how the proposed SQE compares to the approach taken in US ba

12 Dec 2016 | Education

Will the new SQE really promote diversity?

The SRA can’t be expected to come up with a fix for all social justice issues but its current proposals are removing some important safety nets, says Jessi

07 Oct 2016 | Education

Time to speak up about the future of law

The SRA’s latest consultation on SQE is progressive but key stakeholders must remain fully engaged, writes Hele

07 Oct 2016 | Education

The end of in loco parentis in negligence

The courts now have a degree of flexibility to apply to the facts of a case, writes Michae

17 Aug 2016 | Education

The rights of children with mental disorders

Jenni Richards QC and Victoria Butler-Cole examine a recent case on the extent of parental consent to deprivation of liberty and consider the issue in rela

23 Feb 2016 | Children

NUS issues High Court challenge over plans to scrap grants

Sajid Javid 'fails to meet' union requests to provide detail of equalit

08 Oct 2015 | Education

NUS launches legal action over government plan to scrap maintenance grants

The government has reneged on commitments given to the Equality and Human Rights Commission, says Bindman

24 Sep 2015 | Education

Supreme Court rules government student loan scheme is disproportionate

Department for Business Innovation and Skills did not consider the impact of immigration-related blanket ban for student loans on young people with strong

Supreme Court will decide whether government loan scheme is discriminatory

Young people to peacefully demonstrate against student loans policy while they await judges'

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