Meet Béatrice Lallemand: the person behind the organisation of the Oras Mooting Competition! Interviewer: Could you briefly introduce yourself (name, age, area of law you would like to specialize in, what you want to do in the future/ Master’s degree you want to do after the LLB)? Béatrice: Sure! I am Béatrice Lallemand, 19 years … Continue reading Oras! Mooting Competition – Béatrice’s big challenge!
Essex Law Clinic Guest post by Zoé Monty & Priscillia Odia. NRPF (No Recourse to Public Funds) is a condition imposed on someone who is ‘subject to immigration control’. A person with no recourse to public funds is prohibited from accessing public funds such as certain welfare benefits and social housing. During last term, we … Continue reading Essex Law Clinic & The Red Cross: lifting the No Recourse to Public Funds restriction
Before you start university in October, you may be asking yourself what you should be doing over the summer. Here's my tips for what you should do before you come to university! 1. TravelDuring many of the holidays you have once you start university you'll have essays to write and various other things to do, … Continue reading 5 things to do during the summer before university
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