'Keep the Powder Dry': The Court of Appeal in Fearn v Tate Gallery

It is safe to say that the claimants in Fearn v Tate Gallery1, owners of multi-million pound, highly exclusive London flats, are not among the neediest of those who have applied to human rights law for help. However, the decision of Mann J in the High Court,2 while focusing primarily on the tort ...

In Public Law, Sep 22, 2020

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'Keep the Powder Dry': The Court of Appeal in Fearn v Tate Gallery

It is safe to say that the claimants in Fearn v Tate Gallery1, owners of multi-million pound, highly exclusive London flats, are not among the neediest of those who have applied to human ...

In Public Law, Sep 22, 2020

The ECJ's Judgements on 'Gmail' and 'Skype Out': A Critical Review

A critical review of the ECJ’s Judgments on ‘Gmail’ and ‘Skype Out’

In International Law, Jul 16, 2020

R v. Evans: An Uneasy Precedent?

R v. Evans: An Uneasy Precedent?

In Criminal Law, Nov 29, 2019

Would becoming a republic be so simple?

Would becoming a republic be so simple?

In Public Law, Oct 21, 2019