Over the summer I contributed to two videos for Thomson Reuters. These are aimed primarily at law students, discussing what skills are required to be a good lawyer and how they can be developed. The short videos are now available to view, below. You will see that I am in good company, not least alongside Lord … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2016
Is Facebook controlling the news?
On Monday 3 October 2016, I joined TRT World’s ‘The Newsmakers’ show to discuss the responsibilities Facebook are, or should be assuming given the editorial decisions that it is making around the world. I was joined by Raja Abdulhaq, Co-founder and Editor of Quds – a Palestinian news site – who recently had his account … Continue reading
Office Politics: Should the law be doing more for bereaved parents?
I recently wrote a short piece for City AM, considering proposals put forward by MP Will Quince to provide employees who lose a child with a period of paid bereavement leave. You can read the article, which was first published on 23 September 2016 by clicking on the link below. Continue reading