When discussing pay gap in our society, most of us already have an idea of the disparity. However, the full extent of the issue has not been previously understood and so the gender audit was positively necessary. The general expectation is that the pressure from the media, employees and the public will force the companies … Continue reading [MAY2018] Why only Gender?
UK companies with 250 or more employees must now publish their gender pay gap data. The gender pay gap is essentially the difference between average hourly earnings for men and women. Not to be confused with equal pay as it is illegal in the UK for a gender to be paid less than the equivalent for … Continue reading [APRIL2018] Gender Pay Gap
You will come across this a lot, even if you have absolutely no interest in the Law or politics. You will get emails from the companies you online shop with, you may be required to do additional data protection training at work. GDPR is everywhere! The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU Regulation which … Continue reading [MAR 2018] GDPR for the average person
I know that this is an Australian case, but it is an interesting one which may even shape the future of wills. So I have decided to write about it. Re Nichol; Nichol v Nichol  QSC 220. The facts of the case are actually quite upsetting. A 54 year old man, Mark Nichol committed … Continue reading [FEB 2018] Case Comment: Re Nichol
Why do people want to become Lawyers? Why do you want to become a lawyer? Knowing the answer to this question is useful to aspiring lawyers as it will help decide which optional modules to choose in your law degree, or help decide which type of firm you want to work for. This article will … Continue reading Practice areas of Law
Most people would write on their cover letter that they had an interest in Law since the beginning of time. For me, the beginning was quite incidental. Of course, my interest grew overtime, otherwise I would not passionately commit to writing about this topic. As a school kid, I must admit that I struggled with … Continue reading Up until now: Law Graduate