Monday, 13 January 2020

New (topical) piece for Free Movement

I am delighted to have written my first article for the excellent immigration law website Free Movement, on the quite current subject of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's move out of the UK (and specifically, how that might affect Ms Markle's visa prospects).

Tuesday, 5 November 2019

My first peer-reviewed article!

I am delighted to say that my first peer reviewed article, 'Reynolds Revisited: Religion, Minorities, and the Belief/Action Dichotomy' has now been published in the most recent edition of the Nottingham Law Journal! It can be read at this link.

Tuesday, 30 July 2019

Sunday, 28 July 2019

A Letter in the Sunday Times!

I am delighted to see a letter of mine in the Sunday Times!  A screenshot is below:
Tongue-tied  Josh Glancy imagines a fantastical world without male or female pronouns — and thus displays astonishing Anglophone solipsism (Magazine, last week). Many people around the world — speakers of Hungarian and Finnish among them — live just such an experience, with no consequences for gender relations. Furthermore, Glancy cannot imagine a love scene in which protagonists use the same pronouns. Does he not know any Anglophone homosexuals? Elijah Zachary Granet, San Diego, California
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Thursday, 18 July 2019

Shout out from the Secret Barrister!

I was delighted to see the most eminent clandestine legal professional  in all of England and Wales retweeting my recent guest-blog with the Law Society!

Depicts a retweet from the Secret Barrister of an original tweet by the law society promoting Elijah Granet's recent blog.
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