French/English Double Degree Paper: Freedom of religion in the workspace

[In French] Since the "labor law" of August 8, 2016, an employer can restrict or prohibit the wearing of religious symbols in his company in France, even if such signs would not affect the accomplishment of his employees' work. By Héloïse Kroband (student) Dans l’entreprise, dé-voilons tout ! Depuis la « loi travail » du 8 août 2016, … Continue reading French/English Double Degree Paper: Freedom of religion in the workspace

Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition of the English/French Double Degree

By imposing secularism in companies, would the law not infringe personal freedoms? Here is the question asked during the moot court competitionorganized by the double degree on 27 February 2019 , in a desire to confront ourselves with the professional world. Summary by Laura-Lys Saadat-Tarragano and Salomé Guiguen (students) En imposant la laïcité en entreprise, … Continue reading Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition of the English/French Double Degree

Essex Law Clinic Updates: Spring Term 2019

10 year Anniversary of our Essex Law and Human Rights Centre Clinics On 25 February 2019 the Essex Law Clinic and Human Rights Centre Clinics celebrated their 10 year anniversary with a special event. Honorary guests were; President of the Law Society, Christina Blacklaws, and UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of religion or belief and … Continue reading Essex Law Clinic Updates: Spring Term 2019

Essex Law School 2019 Mooting Competition Results!

The Student Experience team would like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part in this year’s Essex Law School mooting competition. This year over sixty students competed, resulting in Thomas Russell and Jonathan Langstone, Emma Newton and Muibudeen Obot being this years finalists. The final took place on 21 March 2019 … Continue reading Essex Law School 2019 Mooting Competition Results!

English & French Law Double Degree Conference Summary

On the 18 January 2019, the French Double degree team held a conference about the reality of the principle of secularism in France. They discussed the fact that true secularism has not yet been achieved in France, due to the numerous exceptions made to the principle, leading to injustice and inequality amongst the different religions. … Continue reading English & French Law Double Degree Conference Summary