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The paper: Genetic data misuse: risk to fundamental human rights in developed economies, published in Legal Issues Journal, explains how fundamental human rights are now under serious threat from misuse of genetic data – the ‘gold mines’ of the 21st century. The paper outlines a number of steps that can be takento minimise harm and increase benefits for all people. Read more…
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Final held at the UK Supreme Court
We designed a new website for Legal Issues Journal to make it easier for visitors to obtain information. In the new website we now make available for free all article Abstracts. This is to provide those interested with the opportunity of knowing about the content of the article before purchasing it. The incredible generosity of the Editorial Board and the rest of the team, make possible for our prices to remain nominal.
The website was redesigned to make it more user-friendly for our visitors and to enable us to provide more online support to our members.
“As our National Inter-Institutional Advocacy / Mooting Competition entails advocacy as applied in higher courts (on legal points), and as our competition accommodates one team per Institution (generally the winners of internal competitions), we are delighted to join efforts with BPP in organising this Mock Trial competition.”
The Grand Final was held at the Supreme Court and judged by the first President of the Supreme Court, Lord Phillips. Read report here.
We are delighted to formally welcome Isaac Maka to the Board of Governors and the UKLSA. Isaac has previously assisted with activities of the UKLSA and we believe he will be a great addition to the Board and the UKLSA.
Talks by Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC (Chairman of the Bar); Jonathan Smithers (President of the Law Society) and Sir Robin Knowles CBE provided excellent, informative and inspiring insights into access to justice…read more
The UKLSA reports another year where its work provided even greater benefits to its members and the society. Read more
The successful 18 teams of the first round competed on a complex immigration and EU law legal matter… read more
We consider the training of future barristers important. For this reason, and because we represent all UK lawyers-to-be we contacted all Heads of Law Schools and Law Student Societies in England and Wales for their opinion, and we prepared our proposal based on all the responses.
The UKLSA issues the highest award…read more
We are delighted to welcome Fergus Randolph QC, of Brick Court Chambers, to our Honorary Board. Fergus has helped the Association with its work and we are lucky to have Fergus’ continuous help and support.
The final was held at the Supreme Court on 31 March 2015 and the Competition was won by Manchester Metropolitan University.