The Folded Earth by Anuradha Roy

My rival in love was not a woman but a mountain range. The first book in my series is The Folded Earth by Anuradha Roy. The novel explores the extended mourning of a young widow called Maya. After her husband’s […]

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A new book series

It’s well into the autumn season now, and shops are already starting to sacrilegiously stock Christmas items. Be that as it may, I was prompted to start writing this new series on books because of all the seasons, autumn seems […]

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A case of joint enterprise: why the courts and the government should work together

Laura Mitchell, a single mother of one, has been in jail since 2008, serving a murder sentence for a crime that the courts have acknowledge she didn’t commit. While standing outside a pub in Bradford, a drunken argument broke out […]

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Magna Carta’s Anniversary Should Make Us Reflect On Attitudes Towards The Human Rights Act Today

On the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, it’s hard not to draw parallels to the legal traditions it has since inspired. The idea that people might claim rights for themselves independent of the whims of a supreme ruler is […]

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Law School Challenge

This year I was in charge of KCL’s team in the Law School Challenge that takes place between universities every year. Our team had 5 months to raise as much money as possible for the Bar Pro Bono Unit and […]

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For Europe or For the Economy – It’s the Same Thing

The Economist says the election being held today is down to risking the economy with Labour or risking the EU with the Conservatives. But frankly, risking Europe IS risking the economy and that’s one of the reasons I am not […]

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