Protecting the Real Value of Computer Programs: Functionality and Source Code

Protecting the Real Value of Computer Programs: Functionality …

Recently, I entered the Society for Computers and Law Student Essay Prize competition. For the last year in addition to my normal UCL haunt, I had been able to attend LSE and do an Information Technology module, which proved not only interesting but invaluable for…

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Letting go of the diversity buzzword

Letting go of the diversity buzzword

Here’s the latest piece that I wrote for The Times’ The Brief on whether diversity is sometimes used as a buzzword. Let me know what you think! (Link: Letting go of the diversity buzzword) Has the legal profession lost the meaning of diversity? Potential applicants to international law…

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Everyone is Smarter Than Me & Other Crazy Things Law Students Think

Everyone is Smarter Than Me & Other Crazy Things …

Even though LawToya Talks is blogging about her experience over the Atlantic, what she says holds true even here! Especially as a final year having recently spoken to various 1st and 2nd years her third point holds true, just focus on what you are doing,…

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Let’s be Honest: 21 and Inside Out

Let’s be Honest: 21 and Inside Out

When I woke up the other day, I did just that. I woke up and I was fine. Granted, because of the looming pressure of final year, my sleep pattern was still a bit off and I still felt that residual tiredness that gradually adds…

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Let’s be honest: 21 and average

Let’s be honest: 21 and average

I don’t know if turning 21 somehow made things get real, really quick or maybe I just hadn’t been paying much attention. All of a sudden it feels like I have been hit with this wave of realization. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the type of productive or valuable realization…

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I Should Be Engaged.

I Should Be Engaged.

As I truly set off for my 20s this resonates with me and it’s so true that you sometimes don’t realise how empty your engagement with others has become when you’re so used to relying on a digital connection. It’s convenient but nothing can beat…

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Dealing with Disappointment: Confessions of a Law Student

Dealing with Disappointment: Confessions of a Law Student

So you’ve been working on this for a while. To add to the cliché you have been putting in the hours, blood, sweat and the occasional 3am breakdown. You’ve had your lucky charms close by, you’ve done your prayers and heck perhaps even opened a…

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Savage Beauty

Savage Beauty

Recently the Alexander McQueen exhibition titled Savage Beauty came to a close. Being prepared as always I had left going to it to the last weekend. So when my friend and I eventually turned up in the afternoon on the last Thursday, it wasn’t really…

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The Disappointment: Gender and Power

The Disappointment: Gender and Power

I wrote this piece for my final year of college and the poem is by one of my favorite poets; Aphra Behn. She probably appealed to me because not only was she revolutionary in her own way; from being one of the first women to…

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Comic Con Craziness

Comic Con Craziness

So today I had the honor of going through my first ever Comic Con Experience. As we swooshed along the DLR towards the Excel Center I wasn’t quite sure on what I was to expect. Although on our way there, there was absolutely no chance of…

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Andrade's Mozzarella and Cherry Tomato Salad

Andrade's Mozzarella and Cherry Tomato Salad

I learnt this little quick and very easy to make recipe from my partner in crime, who never lets me cook… even in my own kitchen it seems. Although I’m not complaining because I get my own chef and the chance to try authentic homemade…

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Blueberry Muffins Recipe

Blueberry Muffins Recipe

The Great British Bake Off season is well and truly under way, and having been diligently following the oven based drama for the last few weeks, I thought it was about time I started baking again.  And also to enjoy the freedom while it lasts before…

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