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Law Archive - February 2024

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Vardags Family Law Essay competition 2023/24 | Winning essay

Transparency: The Long-Awaited Facelift of Judicial Reform? Author: Jessica Craig– University of Edinburgh “I’ve had so much plastic surgery, when I die, they will donate my body to Tupperware,” quipped Joan Rivers – with characteristically acerbic wit. The current state of the family courts... Read More

Vardags Family Law Essay competition 2023/24 | 2nd Place

The Need to Modernise and Reform Surrogacy Laws in England and Wales: Navigating the Path to Comprehensive Amendment Author: Natasha Owusu– University of Leicester In recent years, Wales and England have seen a dramatic change in the perception and acceptability of surrogacy. A surrogate is a woman who carries and gives birth... Read More

Vardags Family Law Essay competition 2023/24 | 4th Place

Ohana Means Family: The Need to Legally Define Family in England & Wales Author: Gerardo Naranjo Franco– IE University, Spain Hegel’s idea of the Ethical Life introduces family as a concept in which individuals come together “bound in a love for each other.” Traditionally, jurisdictions worldwide... Read More

Vardags Family Law Essay competition 2023/24 | 5th Place

To what extent has the introduction of LASPO hindered the ability to access justice in family law? Author: Natasha Maurer – Sheffield Hallam University The introduction of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO) established a monumental change to civil and family legal aid like never before.... Read More

Vardags Family Law Essay competition 2023/24 | 3rd Place

The Old Law, New Law and the State: An Overview of Divorce Reforms Author: Ezgi Sahbaz – SOAS, University of London Introduction “Divorce is of no concern to the state; it is a private matter between the spouses and the law should simply allow parties to end their marriage by agreement”. The implementation... Read More
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