Kieron Spoors – The ‘Colston 4’ and the Right to Protest: A Case Comment on Attorney General’s Reference [2022] EWCA Crim 1259

Kieron Spoors, a graduate of the University of Cambridge, who has finished the Bar Course LLM at BPP with a Distinction and is seeking pupillage, writes about the Attorney General’s reference with regard to the Colston 4.

Jack Hollingworth: Why Basfar v Wong [2022] will not be the final word on Modern Slavery – Jurisdiction and Immunity in the Supreme Court and Abroad’

Jack Hollingworth, final year law student at the University of Cambridge, writes on the subject of diplomatic immunity where a diplomat subjects someone to circumstances of modern slavery.

Jason Galbraith-Marten QC: Uber and UTAG v TfL Interview Series (Part 2)

The second part of the series on the High Court’s decision that Uber and Free Now’s business model is unlawful. Alexi Norris, Assistant Editor, interviewed leading employment and equality barrister Jason Galbraith-Marten QC of Cloisters, who acted for the App Drivers and Couriers Union in this case.