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Convenience and Trust: Should Online Dispute Resolution become the dominant means of resolving private law claims?

June 9th, 2022|0 Comments

By Alice Smith, Student, University of Sheffield Katsh and Rifkin purport that a successful dispute resolution should consider convenience and trust.[1] This post will consider the application of these concepts to Online Dispute Resolution (‘ODR’). ODR is the online equivalent [...]

What is Marginalisation? Reflections on three dimensions of a slippery subject

May 23rd, 2022|0 Comments

David Gurnham, Professor of Criminal Law and Interdisciplinary Legal Studies, School of Law, University of Southampton. When we think about what it is that legal scholars share in common, and whether there is any single concern that connects us all [...]

The Colston Four: Justifying Legitimate Violent Protest Within, and Without, the Law

January 8th, 2022|0 Comments

By James Greenwood-Reeves, University of Sussex The public statue of Edward Colston, a slave trader during the 1600s, had been the subject of controversy for decades. Its uncritical commemoration of Colston, in the heart of modern, multicultural Bristol, struck many residents [...]

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