Written by Pro Bono Group member and volunteer Leonie Hunt Key terms The following definitions have been provided by the author of this blog. Doctrine – A legal principle governing a particular issue within a specific area of law Separate Corporate Personality – A legal doctrine that a company has a separate personality separate from … Continue reading “Holding companies accountable: Piercing the Corporate Veil”
Why are we in capable of getting the law right when it comes to women’s autonomy? Written by Pro Bono Group member and volunteer Kiran Ali Introduction Women’s autonomy is something that the law and policy makers do not take into consideration when deciding upon wrongful conception cases. Wrongful conception is a medical malpractice claim … Continue reading “Wrongful conception cases: how far are we in achieving women’s rights?”
Written by Pro Bono Group member and volunteer Aakriti Pasricha. BLS Pro Bono Group would like to thank Professor Lorraine Talbot for her contribution and guidance to the writer of this blog. Key terms for this blog The following definitions have been provided by the author of this blog. Multinational Corporations (MNC): a company which … Continue reading “Multinational Corporations: Boon or Bane?”
Written by Pro Bono Group member and volunteer, Divya Tejwani Introduction A supply chain is the process of turning raw materials into finished goods and supplying them to the end consumer of such products. Currently in the UK there is a supply chain disruption. This has been caused by food shortages and panic buying leading … Continue reading “The Supply Chain Crisis”
Written by Pro Bono Group member and volunteer, Elicia Maxwell Introduction Ethnic minority injustice is not a new phenomenon. Injustice against ethnic minorities can be seen through educational, social and professional challenges in comparison to their white peers. It is an issue where ethnic minorities can be challenged to reach a higher position in society. … Continue reading “What is youth justice and ethnic minority injustice?”
Written by Pro Bono Group member and volunteer, Kendra Silva Espin Introduction The Nationality and Borders Bill is currentlyi at the Committee stage at the House of Lords, after having passed all the stages at the House of Commons. As a result, this Bill has recently spiked numerous debates as it gets closer to the … Continue reading “The issues with the ‘Nationality and Borders Bill’ and its implications on asylum seekers, refugees and British citizens”
Written by Ghazal Al Hawwari.
Written and produced by Maria Vittoria Morandi. BLS Pro Bono Group would like to thank Paul McConnell for his involvement in this blog.
This is a write-up to the presentation the Pro Bono Streetlaw Group did for Roshni; a charity organisation, concerning Sharia Law and Islamic Divorces written by Nurfatin Nadiah Sanisman. A guidance note is attached. Islam is the second-largest religion in the UK but there still exists rising hostility towards the Muslim community and multiculturalism. Why?- … Continue reading “SHARIA LAW (ISLAMIC LAW) AND MUSLIM MARRIAGES IN THE UK”
Note: This is the second part of this weeks one off set of blog written by Shivani Gug about her grandfathers’ personal cultural experiences.