Archive for April 6th, 2009

Lawcast 126: Professor John Flood – Globalisation of law, G20 and other matters

Today I’m talking to John Flood, a professor at Westminster University about the globalisation of Law. We also discuss G20, the protests, the issue of tailored essay writing services and his recent foray into stand up comedy.

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Oxbridge Training Contracts digging a bigger hole?

Recently, I did a podcast with John Foster of Oxbridge Training Contracts, the organisation behind the tailored pupillage, OLPAS form and essay writing service. The Bar Council subsequently put a warning on the OLPAS website advising students not to use this service. BPP Law School has also warned students not to use the service and other law schools may follow.

It appears, now, that Mr Foster is requiring Simon Myerson QC – by noon today – to remove a picture of a cafe on the ground floor the building OTC uses in London on grounds that it is a deception and a defamation. Mr Myerson has given his reasons for not complying with OTC’s demands on his Pupillage and how to get it blog under the heading “Integrity – The Man speaks”.

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