Pull Up A Chair. Be IP Aware: The Importance Of IP For SMEs

When we think of intellectual property rights, the first examples that come to mind are usually those owned by the big brands: the red sole trademark for the Christian Louboutin shoes, the patented iPhone, the top-secret Kentucky Fried Chicken recipe etc. As a result, it is often easy to underestimate the value of IP for... Continue Reading →

A Series of Unfortunate Events: Exam Survival Guide

So we've just progressed from the most wonderful time of the year...to (arguably) the least. I should have revised earlier. What on earth is promissory estoppel? How am I going to get through this 30-page judgement without shedding a tear? Stack v Dowden who? We've all been there. One of the greatest lessons that I... 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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