Jenson Davenport discusses the implications of a recent court decision on puberty blockers on the trans community
Aura Bamber Discusses the implications of The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill to the right to protest and democratic principles.
Jenson Davenport discusses the implications of the Supreme Court ruling on Shamima Begum’s case to return to the UK to fight her case
The JLAP Chapter at UCL is extremely excited to announce our latest initiative: ‘In Conversation With’. Pascale Bird has had an accomplished legal career as Sahana Karthik and Brendon Yik discuss her work with Lawyers Against Poverty among her other work
COVID-19 Vaccine Nationalism has led to the wealthiest countries consistently outbidding each other in a race for herd immunity. These countries are the only ones who have the power to now equalise the playing field.
Much of the criticism focuses on the impact that the new law will have on ramblers, but the real victims will be communities of travelers who face having their possessions and their homes confiscated when the state outlaws their way of life.
Jenson Davenport discusses the implications of the Supreme Court ruling on Uber drivers
The world’s largest protest was held in India in light of the undemocratic enactment of farming bills that will devastate national poverty levels
Jenson Davenport discusses how Muslim women can still face obstacles to access to justice in Islamic communities
Jenson Davenport discusses the continued relevance of the cab rank rule