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Opening: Professor of Competition Policy/Director of Centre for Competition Policy (CCP)

A competitive professorial salary package is available for an outstanding candidate. UEA is seeking an outstanding Professor of Competition Policy based in Norwich Business School, with responsibility for leading the world-renowned Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) The post is available… … Continue reading

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On the Naughty Step – the questionable ethics of the Christian Legal Centre

Some people will not have come across the Christian Legal Centre (CLC) until the Alfie Evans case. Others will know something of their history. What the Alfie Evans case has done is cast light on what one might call the … Continue reading

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New report from Coram Children’s Legal Centre highlights devastating impact of legal aid cuts on children

A new report published today by the Coram Children’s Legal centre (CCLC) demonstrates that, without funding for legal advice or representation as a result of changes to legal aid in 2013, some children have been left without the home, legal … Continue reading

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Fifth Evening Policy Talk of the Global Competition Law Centre (GCLC) with Joaquín Almunia, Vice-President of the European Commission, Commissioner for Competition on "Staying Ahead Of The Curve In Eu Competition Policy"

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Fifth Evening Policy Talk of the Global Competition Law Centre (GCLC) with Joaquín Almunia, Vice-President of the European Commission, Commissioner for Competition on "Staying Ahead Of The Curve In Eu Competition Policy" When: 19 April… … Continue reading

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Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration Rules, 2011:

(The following post is contributed by Rohan Bagai) Notwithstanding the levitating political imbroglio in the Arab Republic of Egypt in the recent times, the Indian corporates (especially the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) and the automakers) have enjoyed tempting tax … Continue reading

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