Monday, 7 September 2020

New Article for the ICLR!

 I am delighted to have written an article for the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting Blog, on the topic of footnotes in judicial decisions.  It can be read by clicking this link.

Wednesday, 2 September 2020

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

My essay in the Estates Gazette (EG)

I am delighted that my winning entry to the Property Bar Association Essay prize has been published in the 9 May 2020 issue of the Estates Gazette (EG)It can be read by clicking this link.

Thursday, 30 April 2020

New article for Law & Religion UK

I have written a new article for Law & Religion UK, on a recent Court of Appeal decision involving the custodial arrangements for a child exposed to a socially harmful cult.  The article can be read by clicking this link.

Tuesday, 28 April 2020

New Article for Conflict of Laws

I am delighted to have written a new article for Conflict of Laws, on a recent High Court decision on the applicability of foreign (in this case, German) limitation periods in England & Wales.  The article can be read by clicking this link.

New articles for Lawbore!

I am delighted to have written a guide to law essay competitions for Lawbore.  It can be read by clicking this link, while an article about my new guide can be read by clicking this link.

Thursday, 23 April 2020

A letter in the Times!

A letter of mine appeared in today's edition of the Times.  An image can be seen below:

CHALLENGING QUIZ Sir, I suspect those who criticise the presence of individual Oxbridge colleges on University Challenge (News, Apr 18, and letter, Apr 21) have never observed the teams that compete for the universities’ quiz societies. I have quizzed my entire life, and appeared with some success on both University Challenge and the US programme Jeopardy!, but when against the top Cambridge quizzers, I felt like an utter ignoramus. Oxford and Cambridge are significantly disadvantaged by having their most brilliant quizzers more or less randomly scattered between more than 70 colleges. If each put forward a team of the strongest quizzers in the entire university, the finals would have to be renamed the Varsity Quiz Match, because no other university would stand a chance.  The system of allowing separate colleges is for the protection of other universities rather than a matter of Oxbridge privilege. Elijah Granet University Challenge contestant for Clare College, Cambridge, 2018; London W1
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