Thursday, 17 March 2022

A new article for Law & Religion UK!

 I am delighted to have written a case note on the recent decision of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in relation to same-sex marriage in Bermuda for Law & Religion UK, which can be read by clicking this link.

A letter (on Star Trek) in the Law Society Gazette

This is a belated note that I had a letter published a little while ago in the Law Society Gazette, on the topic of Star Trek, of all things;  this can be read in PDF form by clicking this link.

Tuesday, 4 January 2022

An article for Lib Dem Voice!

I am thrilled to have written an article for Lib Dem Voice, setting out my proposals for a new electoral system.  It can be read by clicking this link.

Monday, 20 September 2021

A letter in the Economist!

 I am delighted that a letter of mine was published in the most recent edition of the Economist, one of the world's finest publications.  The letter can be seen below, and you can also click on the video below to hear a professional broadcaster reading my letter in the audio version of the article:

Loyalty oaths are not a novel, “woke” development at the University of California. Loyalty oaths were imposed on its employees in the 1950s, when a right-wing state legislature got caught up in the Red Scare and tried to flush out closet Marxists. This utterly failed. To put it mildly, there are quite a few Marxist dons in California’s university system today. In a twist of irony Ernst Kantorowicz, a scholar of medieval studies and strident anti-communist, lost his job when he refused to take the McCarthyite oath on principle. Woke oaths will fail, too.  elijah granet San Diego
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Friday, 9 July 2021

Elijah Granet MCIArb!

 I am absolutely thrilled to announce that I have been admitted as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the premier organisation of professionals working in alternative dispute resolution.  I will henceforth be using the post-nominal letters 'MCIARb' with pride!


Below is a facsimile of my certificate (please note that the actual certificate remains the property of CIArb):

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