Latest blog posts

  • Greece calls in the lawyers again: New PSI claim filed at ICSID

    02 October 2015

    All opinions are those of the blog post author and do not represent Westminster Law School or the University of Westminster. It seems one cannot live without lawyers. As anxiety over the legality of the Greek Private Sector Involvement (PSI) deal [...]

  • The artist contract in the digital world

    29 September 2015

    A conversation between Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), Chris Ancliff (Warner Music Group) and Paul Pacifico (Featured Artists Coalition) on the evolution of the artist/record company contract. Following on from previous successful music business related events at Westminster law School, including [...]

  • Westminster Law School hosts Law Commission symposium on Firearms Law.

    23 September 2015

    Westminster Law School was very pleased to host a Law Commission symposium as part of the review of Firearms Law. The Law Commission published a scoping consultation paper on Firearms Law on 21 July 2015 and the symposium was organised to give [...]

  • Professor John Flood on The Rule of Law: are lawyers necessary or even the most capable of maintaining it?

    21 September 2015

    Distinguished faculty lecture followed by reception, 29 September 2015, 5pm. The central argument is that the legal system and the rule of law are now the domain of the legal profession. Professional ethos, which was once based on a compact [...]

  • Meet the Academic: Francis King

    10 September 2015

    Please describe yourself and your role in a few sentences? I have joined the Law School as Senior Lecturer in Property Law and hope to share my passion for all things property with the law students on a number of [...]

  • Do you believe in magic? The re-emergence of the Regent Street Cinema

    29 July 2015

    Do you believe in magic? The re-emergence of the Regent Street Cinema This month marked the long awaited rebirth of our wonderful cinema,  now renamed the Regent Street Cinema. For a long time for staff at the University it was [...]