Category Education

BROKEN PROMISES: PROPRIETARY ESTOPPEL IN THE MODERN WORLD: ONLINE EVENT 15TH OCTOBER 2020

Several members of chambers are taking part in an online discussion on proprietary estoppel on the 15th October 2020.  Nigel Clayton’s profile is available here.  Eleanor Temple’s profile is available here.  Leeds Business andProperty Courts Forum5.30pm 15 October 2020Broken promises:proprietary estoppel in themodern worldOnline meeting Leeds Business and Property Courts Forum 5.30pm on 15 October […]

THERE ARE 110 POSTS ON THIS SITE: HERE IS A GUIDE TO HELP YOU TAKE YOUR PICK

This site has been going for a month now. During that time there have been 110 individual posts across a wide range of subjects. To help readers we thought it was time that the posts were catalogued in an easily available way. (To further assist most of the posts are categorised in any event. If, […]

KIDS AT HOME: RESOURCES FOR HOME SCHOOLING: RINGING THE BELL…

Constanze Bell considers what resources are available for parents who are educating children at home   Resources for home schooling ┬áThe Coronavirus offers a unique opportunity for skills sharing: who is Twitter? What is Stormzy? How do I Facebook a WhatsApp? Your teen or pre-teen can help with all of these issues (and please do […]

COVID-19 AND STUDENTS STUDYING THE BPTC: WHERE DO WE STAND?

The COVID-19 outbreak has caused difficulties across the educational sphere, including those studying the Bar Exams. Pupil barrister Shaylla Shabbir examines the current situation for students studying for the bar. A number of law schools across the country have cancelled all face to face teaching in the wake of Covid-19. BAR STANDARDS BOARD GUIDELINES This […]