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When I first started working as a freelancer I thought that everything would naturally fall into place. I had the experience, knowledge, contacts and drive; however, I overlooked some very important legal aspects that almost cost me my business. In the beginning I knew very little about reporting taxes and workplace law; I now realize that understanding the basics is paramount. Continue Reading
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Until recently France had a fairly relaxed boarder policy. However, laws that were brought in during 2006 now make it difficult for unskilled foreign-born workers to reside in the country. This article explains the ins and outs of French immigration and the legal processes that are involved with moving to the country.
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The European Union: Why say no to freedom?
Peter Fisher – v2 Law Blog
The EU is not an evil monolithic apparition of centralisation and enslavement. It is easy to leave, under article 40 of the TFEU, but do you really want to say no to freedom? Continue Reading
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Hello loyal readers! Its Peter Fisher here, many of you have been in touch to ask me where I have been the past month or so and when we would get things rolling on the blog again and for all those of you that have stuck with us this exam period and shown us your support I would like introduced the brand new, totally awesome new topic series… Continue Reading
“I have applied for over 400 graduate schemes, many training contracts. Most firms filter out applicants who haven’t been to certain law schools. Most firms only accept online applications which is an unfair way of recruiting. There are more law students than places available and I wish I had chosen an alternative career. It is hard to find work in other professions as the competition is such that they prefer applicants with certain degrees. There are people like myself who can’t get jobs and can’t afford to study anything else. It is not just because of the recession. It feels like all those years of study has been a waste of money and if you can’t get a job with a law degree from a top law school and a post graduate diploma in legal practice then there must be a lot of people who can’t get a job that they deserve.” – Jeremy King
I’ve met Jeremy in Liverpool street. He has spend the whole day holding his sign, looking for work. A bit unusual to see a person with a law degree in a situation like this. When I told him, that I’m a 2nd year law student, he smiled and said: “I don’t want to bring you down, but..my best advice would be – Don’t get into the profession.”
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International humanitarian law (IHL) is a set of rules which seek, for humanitarian reasons, to limit the effects of armed conflict. It protects persons who are not or are no longer participating in the hostilities and restricts the means and methods of warfare. International humanitarian law is part of the body of international law that governs relations between States. IHL aims to limit the effects of armed conflicts for humanitarian reasons. It aims to protect persons who are not or are no longer taking part in hostilities, the sick and wounded, prisoners and civilians, and to define the rights and obligations of the parties to a conflict in the conduct of hostilities.