Thursday, 2 April 2020

Winner of the Property Bar Association's Essay Prize

I am absolutely delighted to announce that I have been named as the first-place winner of the Property Bar Association's Essay Prize competition! My essay will be published in the forthcoming issue of Estate's Gazette (EG), and I will be formally receiving my award this autumn from the Association's Honorary President, the Rt Hon the Master of the Rolls (whose judicial decisions feature in my prize-winning essay).  In addition to the cash prize, I am also honoured to be receiving a copy the invaluable practitioner's text Meggary & Wade, which is edited by inter alia, my own land law lecturer, Professor Dixon FRSA (whose work is also referenced in the winning essay). 

Tuesday, 31 March 2020

New article on CoViD-19 & Human Rights!

I have written a new article for Keep Calm; Talk Law on the topic of derogation from the ECHR in times of pandemic.  It can be read by clicking this link.

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Winning a moot!

I was very pleased to, last night, win the City Law School Criminal Law Moot! In accordance with the times, part  of the moot was conducted by videoconference.  Although I am not at all interested in criminal law as an area of future practice, I nonetheless greatly enjoyed the moot. 

Friday, 13 March 2020

My question on a BBC podcast

On the most recent episode of 'The Alex Salmond Trial' podcast, BBC Scotland's Philip Sim was kind enough to discuss and help answer an e-mailed question of mine on the decision to choose anonymity over pseudonymity in media coverage of the high-profile trial.   The discussion prompted by the question is very interesting, and well-worth a listen.

(As this post references live criminal proceedings—albeit obliquely, comments have been disabled out of an abundance of caution.)

Moot judging!

I recently had the great privilege of judging the finals of the University of Westminster Inter-Varsity Mooting Competition, sponsored by the University's Bar Society.  Many congratulations to all the competitors on an excellent night of mooting!

A photo of Elijah Granet listening to submissions during the moot.A photo of Elijah Granet mid-sentence as he judges the moot.


Friday, 6 March 2020

Property Bar Association Prize Finalist

I am honoured and delighted to have been named a finalist for the Property Bar Association's Essay Prize competition! I look forward to the final awards and placements, which will be revealed and distributed  by the Rt Hon The Master of the Rolls at the Association's annual Bar and Bench event at Middle Temple on  2 April.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020

Finalist at the Southampton Inns of Court Moot!

I recently had the privilege of representing City, University of London at the University of Southampton's Inns of Court national moot, where our team took second place.  Click here to read an article  on my experience in the moot in Lawbore.