All From Amazon Or All Too Much?

This article was written by Mollie Bailey Hammerton. Mollie is a second year Law LLB student at the University of Liverpool aspiring to pursue a career at the Bar and has a keen interest particularly in Commercial Litigation. Amazon continues to fuel the development and its domination of the e-commerce sector with its ever-expanding range... Continue Reading →

Speak Up! A New Era of Corporate Activism.

Coronavirus. Black Lives Matter. LGBTQ+ protests. These are only some examples of the world's current socio-political state, and it seems that the modern consumer is significantly more conscious of their socio-political surroundings than ever before. Consumers no longer expect to identify with a brand - the brand must also identify with them. From fluid trade... Continue Reading →

From Yee Sang Salads to Knitting Needles: How have Law Firms Taken The ‘Extra Step’ To Embrace Diversity In The Legal Profession?

Diversity should be part of your job rather than something that you have to actively participate in. There is no better way to begin a controversial debate than with a controversial statement. My argument is this: 'diversity' is a buzzword in the legal world that is half-heartedly exploited by some firms to make themselves appear... Continue Reading →

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