TRANSOCEAN DRILLING UK LTD v PROVIDENCE RESOURCES PLC (2016)

The language of an exclusion clause made between commercially equal parties was clear in excluding liability for consequential losses in the form of "spread costs". Freedom of contract meant the court had been wrong to impose a restricted construction on the clause where the parties had agreed that neither should be liable to the other … Continue reading TRANSOCEAN DRILLING UK LTD v PROVIDENCE RESOURCES PLC (2016)

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The Art of Advocacy and Civil Litigation: Top Tips for Perfecting Your Court Room Craft

Looking to improve your presentation or advocacy in Court? Introductions are essential and volume is vital says Stephanie Solomon...   Since 2014  I have had the privilege of seeing and hearing some of the best advocates in the country at the Royal Courts of Justice (London, UK) . As part of my role, I work … Continue reading The Art of Advocacy and Civil Litigation: Top Tips for Perfecting Your Court Room Craft

ESSAY: Child Contact and Domestic Violence

Hello everyone, Please read and comment on our latest Essay on the LL4L site, under the ‘Articles and Essays’ page (or simply follow this link). The author wrote this essay during her final year of the LLB, in early 2014. The piece looks at whether child contact should be granted in cases of domestic violence, or whether … Continue reading ESSAY: Child Contact and Domestic Violence

ESSAY: Policing at the 2012 Olympics: Dealing with Crime and Social Disorder

Hello everyone, Please read and comment on our latest Essay on the LL4L site, under the 'Articles and Essays' page (or simply follow this link). The author wrote this essay during her final year of the LLB, in early 2014, prior to the start of the London 2012 Olympics. The piece looks at the role the Police … Continue reading ESSAY: Policing at the 2012 Olympics: Dealing with Crime and Social Disorder