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Get Real: Using authentic assessment techniques to improve law degree academic performance’
Authentic assessments are closely aligned with activities that take place in real work settings, as distinct from the often artificial constructs of university courses. The undergraduate law degree differs from many other ...
BILETA Response to IPO consultation to changes to penalties for online copyright infringement
This is a collaborative submission from a group of academics based in the UK with expertise in Information technology law and related areas. The preparation of the response has been funded by the British and Irish Law ...
The Future of Assisted Dying in the UK
Unlocking Medical Law and Ethics
Beginning Medical Law
Is the Law Doing Enough to Curb Excessive Directors’ Pay?
Reflects on whether existing powers given to shareholders by the Companies Act 2006 to control directors' excessive pay are adequate, or whether further reforms are needed. Highlights the grey areas surrounding the requirement ...
Virtual worlds players – consumers or citizens?
This article questions the preconceived notions that participants in virtual worlds are essentially consumers. Building on the existing scholarship around virtual worlds and notwithstanding the current character of virtual ...
When ‘neutral’ evidence still has probative value: implications from the Barry George Case
The likelihood ratio (LR) is a probabilistic method that has been championed as a ‘simple rule’ for evaluating the probative value of forensic evidence in court. Intuitively, if the LR is greater than one then the evidence ...