The final segment on Abortion Rights written by Abbie Bauckham.
A discussion around modern slavery and human trafficking written by Millie-Rose Wells.
For many years our Northern Irish neighbours were not afforded the same rights to abortion as us on the mainland. Women were, in effect, forced to travel across the Irish Sea to England, Wales and Scotland to be entitled to their right to abortion. As part of my research for this blog and the … Continue reading “Northern Ireland has climbed the mountain but didn’t reached the summit.”
Written by Luned Jewell.
Introduction Immigration has always been a contentious political, social and legal topic in the UK. Navigating the UK asylum system can often be difficult for people who are still trying to understand life in the UK, moving from their home country, and even processing the hardships they have encountered. It is a process which puts … Continue reading “Navigating the UK Asylum System: The Process”
Do you need coffee to wake up in the morning?
Mental health from a law students perspective.
Sexual Harassment and its affect on women.
Do you know your rights to an abortion under Law in England and Wales?
Imbalanced Bargaining Positions Result in Imbalanced Bargains. What are prenups? There are very few areas of the law where gender discrimination is accepted because the victim has consented to the conduct. So why do we allow prenuptial agreements the chance to deny a spouse what is rightfully theirs, just because they have consented to it? … Continue reading “Keep Your Spouses Close and Your Prenups Closer: A Brief Look at Women’s Rights in Prenuptial Agreements”