Tuesday, 15 June 2021

A new article in the European Law Review!

 I am delighted to have a new piece in the most recent edition of the European Law Review, on the topic of religious slaughter and EU law.  For those with WestLaw access, it can be read by clicking this link. 

Sunday, 13 June 2021

A Housekeeping Notice

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Friday, 4 June 2021

A Letter in the Times!

 I was delighted to, once again, have a letter in The Times.  The letter may be read below:

Sir, Our present times are not unique in valuing academic intelligence (James Marriott, comment, Jun 3). For centuries Chinese society heavily prized and promoted those who could successfully think their way through demanding civil service examinations. Equally, since the first century Jews have prized as their leaders not the strongest or most dexterous, but the most learned scholars. Academic education, be it in the minutiae of Confucius, the Talmud or, as in Mr Marriott’s case, English literature, is a precious and wonderful thing prized by many cultures throughout history, but has historically been reserved to a small elite. We should celebrate the democratisation and popularisation of this once scarce resource. Elijah Zachary Granet San Diego, California
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Tuesday, 13 April 2021

New article for Free Movement

 I am delighted to have written a new article on the notorious 'fake heiress' Anna Delvey for Free MovementThe article may be read by clicking this link.

Tuesday, 23 March 2021

New article for Law & Religion UK!

 I have written another piece for Law & Religion UK, on the topic of a recent Court of Protection decision on the effect of abusive religious indoctrination on mental capacity.  It can be read by clicking this link.

Saturday, 23 January 2021

A new peer-reviewed publication!

 Though its publication was delayed by coronavirus exigencies, I am very pleased to announce that a new peer-reviewed publication of mine has finally become available.  My article—'The 'Third Direction' in the Age of Miller/Cherry: Lex Suprema Lex—was published in the most recent edition of the City Law Review, and it may be read by clicking this link!