Glasgow Alumni, ‘Saif Gilani and Converting to a City Law Career’

As part of one of the Law Review’s projects this year we are undertaking written interviews with various law graduates to showcase the variety of career paths available to law students. For the fourth edition of this series, we have Saif, who graduated from Glasgow LLB in May with a first class degree. Since leaving…

J. Frazier McBride, ‘Mooting: The Facts and the Fiction’

  Author: James Frazier McBride As the 2019-2020 President of Mooting, I was asked to write a blog on the impending First Year compulsory moot. If you are not due to complete the compulsory moot but would also like to learn more about mooting, please do have a read. Perhaps you are also just looking…

E. Armstrong, ‘Sexual Harassment in the Workplace’

Author: Ellie Armstrong   Sexual harassment can be defined as: “violating a person’s dignity, making them feel inferior or humiliated and consequently creating a hostile or unpleasant environment”[1]. Sexual harassment in the workplace is a widespread issue which has become an expected aspect of the working environment. A survey conducted by the BBC found that…

F. Pennie, ‘Who’s the Mummy? – Surrogacy and Legal Parenthood’

Author: Fraser Pennie Surrogacy is the practice of a woman (the surrogate) becoming pregnant with the intention of handing over that child to the intended parents after the birth. In 2019, the Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission published their consultation paper, which has reviewed the current legal framework for surrogacy arrangements and proposed…