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Where Did The Floating Charge Come From?

February 17 2020

Los Watkins, an MDX Law Lecturer shares a piece of ongoing research into the concept of the Floating Charge and its impact on modern banking law.

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How to succeed with a policing degree apprenticeship

February 04 2020

The Chief Constable of Sussex Police gives a personal view about the role of apprenticeships in transforming the police, encouraging new groups of people to consider a career in policing.

Reparations for Slavery – A Contemporary Debate

October 28 2019

Dr Angus Nurse examines the current debate over reparations for slavery in both the UK and US.

Political integrity instead of deceit

August 15 2018

Bethany Shiner argues instead of focusing on how the population is being misled by dishonest political campaigns we should be demanding integrity and honesty from our politicians

Tackling London’s epidemic of youth violence

July 16 2018

PhD student Nicola Coleman explores the issue of youth violence in the capital, talking to ex-offender and PhD student Junior Smart about his work with the SOS Project.

Burqa bans and gender (in) equality

June 05 2018

Erica Howard discusses the implications of a ban on face-covering clothing for Muslim women living in Denmark

Researching animal abuse and human violence

May 02 2018

Dr Angus Nurse is exploring the possibility that abusing animals can lead to committing violence towards humans

Puzzling Law

Puzzling Law

April 16 2018

Los Watkins explores the impact of word puzzles on students’ retention of learning

3 steps to save the European Court of Human Rights

January 16 2018

Alice Donald and Philip Leach discuss the views of Judge Pinto de Albuquerque on reforming the ECtHR, which he outlined on his recent visit to Middlesex

The (not so) Great Repeal Bill

June 15 2017

Dr Joelle Grogan, Lecturer in EU law and Sticky Tricky Law founder, argues that only uncertainty is certain when it comes to the government’s Great Repeal Bill

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