Cloud Computing and social Media – a practitioner’s guide to their regulatory and ethical obligations

This report will investigate how small and mid-sized law firms can improve their delivery of legal services to clients through the use of technology. Technology is of a wide scope and can include services for documentation, data storage through cloud computing, outsourcing and legal marketing via social media platforms. This is a relevant and current … More Cloud Computing and social Media – a practitioner’s guide to their regulatory and ethical obligations

A Comparison between Islamic and Jewish Personal Laws and Their Application – A Response to Baroness Cox

  “The Beth Din does not purport to be a legal court. Instead, it offers members of Jewish communities two separate services – civil arbitration and religious rulings – neither of which constitutes a parallel legal system.” The honourable Baroness Cox, in her recent report ‘A Parallel World – Confronting the abuse of many Muslim … More A Comparison between Islamic and Jewish Personal Laws and Their Application – A Response to Baroness Cox

Book Launch – Muslim Families, Politics and the Law: A Legal Industry in Multicultural Britain

On Monday 15th June, Queen Mary, University of London’s School of Law hosted the launch of Professor Ralph Grillo’s book, Muslim Families, Politics and the Law – A Legal Industry in Multicultural Britain. The book is a culmination of years of research into the British Muslim community, specifically focusing on gender relations and the roles … More Book Launch – Muslim Families, Politics and the Law: A Legal Industry in Multicultural Britain

Hello world!

This is my very first post as The Legal Explorer! The aim of this blog is to keep you informed of everything that is happening in the legal world within the UK. Particular areas of law that I will be posting about will include: family, property, media and entertainment and legal regulation news. Stay tuned … More Hello world!