Bangladesh at Fifty: The Quest for Penal Reform

June 7th, 2021|0 Comments

By Hussain Bari, University of Sheffield In 1971, Bangladesh achieved independence in its quest for equality, human dignity and social justice. In the light of those principles, freedom-loving people were embellished with a robust constitution which specifically offers a catalogue of [...]

The “Mountains of Metaphor”: A Resource for Visualising Your Research Journey

May 24th, 2021|0 Comments

By Clare Williams, University of Kent (@_clare_williams) Figure 1: Mapping a metaphorical journey, copyright Clare Williams, reproduced with kind permission of tl;dr.legal   Deadline anxiety? Rushing to catch up with research? Extra pressure from imagining where you should be now? [...]

Religion and Marriage Law: The Need for Reform

May 19th, 2021|0 Comments

By Russell Sandberg, Cardiff University (@sandbergrlaw) Last summer when the initial COVID restrictions were beginning to be relaxed, provisions allowing gatherings for the purpose of the solemnisation of marriage proved problematic. This was because a number of weddings were not [...]

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