Month: April 2017

A right to die?

Over recent years, there have been various challenges to the current law on assisted suicide, most notably the 2012 Supreme Court judgment regarding Tony Nicklinson, an individual suffering from ‘locked-in syndrome’. Until now, the courts have refused to […]

  Uncategorised 25 April 2017  

Students meet practising lawyers in the Law School’s first coffee morning

On Wednesday 5th April 2017, three lawyers from Willans law firm attended the Law School to meet with current students.   The lawyers, pictured below, (left to right: Caroline Leviss, Megan Bullingham and Jenny Hawrot) specialise in company/commercial law, litigation and employment […]

  Uncategorised 11 April 2017  

Level 6 Law student becomes one of the first winners of the Gloucestershire Employability Gold Award

The Employability Award, organised by Future Plan team, aims to recognise and reward extra-curricular activities and skills development undertaken by students. There are three levels to the scheme, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Last week, Level 6 law student, […]

  Uncategorised 10 April 2017  

Update: Gender pay gap reporting

Following a post at the beginning of the year regarding unequal pay, the impact of the Equality Act (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 is soon to be seen. As of today, Thursday 6th April, the 12-month clock […]

  Uncategorised 6 April 2017