At just 18 years old Zahra Alidina has completed her law degree with The Open University making her the youngest person ever to do so.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU has left many of its citizens wondering what their future holds. The situation is particularly worrying for the thousands of British citizens living abroad.
The Panama Papers raise important questions as to whether trusts ought to be more open to public scrutiny. Blockchain could provide the answer.
The Open University Law School, in conjunction with the Open University Law Society, is delighted to announce The Tom Bingham Memorial Essay Prize 2016.
She didn't even believe in equality, but this Victorian woman's personal struggle against her husband became a matter of national importance.
Children educated at home by their parents are not on a register, nor subject to an annual visit.
The Open University Law School has awarded the 2015 module prizes.
On Tuesday 10 March 2015, The Open University took the title of 2015 UK Environmental Law Association Junior Moot Champions.
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