Sunderland Student Law Journal Issue 1

Ali, Lyndsey, Anderson, Rhys, Christie, Laura, May, Rebecca, Pitcairn, Sean and Spentzari, Eirini (2020) Sunderland Student Law Journal Issue 1. ISSN: 2634-193X. University of Sunderland.

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The University of Sunderland Student Law Journal provides students with an opportunity to present their work to faculty members and peers, and aims to invigorate both undergraduate and postgraduate law students’ active participation in the community of legal scholars. The Journal unities students and staff by helping students to engage in the publishing process with support and guidance from experienced members of academia.

The peer-reviewed, open-access journal, is devoted to legal research and is a platform to publish notes, case comments and papers. The journal is also interested in any proposals to draft and/or amend the existing laws. Our Law students are invited to submit papers, articles and case comments engaging with any area of law.

Research Articles:

Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006 and the Freedom of Anti-Muslim Social Media Personalities to Incite Religious Hatred’
Lyndsey Ali - LLM Student, University of Sunderland p5

Justice for the Rich: Have Changes to the Way Criminal Legal Aid is Awarded Undermined Access to Justice?
Rhys Anderson - Stage Two LLB Student, University of Sunderland p21

Article 2: Right to Life
Laura Christie - Stage Two LLB Student, University of Sunderland p30

The Growing Problem of Misgendering: The role of the British Government in Protecting Transgender Individuals by Maintaining Equality and Fairness
Rebecca May - Stage Three LLB Student, University of Sunderland p35

A Critical Analysis of the Uniformity of International Maritime Law and Multimodal Transport Containing a Sea Leg
Sean Pitcairn - LPC Student, University of Sunderland p45

Freedom of Expression as a Necessity in a New Possible Bill of Rights
Eirini Spentzari - Stage Two LLB Student, University of Sunderland p60

Legal Aid Cuts: A Criminal Justice Pain Chain
Eirini Spentzari - Stage Two LLB Student, University of Sunderland p66

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