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The Aims of the Blog

This blog is called the Blog for the Public Understanding of Law & Policy (blog4pulp).

There are loads of specialist legal blogs aimed at lawyers, academics and postgrad students. 630 more words


A Womb For Rent: Surrogacy Laws in India

by Peri Pratima

Surrogacy is an alternative available to infertile women or couple who are not able to reproduce. Surrogacy is an arrangement in which a surrogate mother bears and delivers a child for another couple. 1,975 more words


Reflecting on the qualified EU law primacy in the UK constitutional law

Elise Tai
Undergraduate Law Student, University of Hertfordshire, School of Law

In a recent blog post, Elliot reflects on the HS2 case in regards to a hierarchy of domestic constitutional norms and the qualified primacy of EU law. 1,113 more words


A Clash Within Civilization

When the attacks in Paris on 13 November 2015 shattered previous conceptions about the ability of ISIS to strike targets outside of its immediate territorial reach, the French government reacted quickly to the new threat. 945 more words

Constitutional Law

Taking Doctrine Seriously

Some thoughts on a most interesting lecture by Justice David Stratas

Last week, at the Canadian Constitution Foundation’s Law and Freedom 2016 conference, Justice David Stratas of the Federal Court of Appeal delivered a fascinating lecture called “The Decline of Legal Doctrine.” I highly recommend it. 1,559 more words

Constitutional Law

Good start to the year...

The year has got off to a good start.  Two articles of mine are published this month as well as a book chapter.  This morning, I received the January issue of… 193 more words

Statutory Judicial Directions in Sexual Offences Cases

In all democratic countries there is a very clear separation of powers between the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary.  This is important so as to ensure that there are proper checks and balances on power and is really quite fundamental so as to ensure an effective democracy.  1,402 more words

Scots Law