Monthly Archives: April 2010

A new unilateral contract?

It’s election time, so innocent householders everywhere are being bombarded with a host of political leaflets or, if you’re really unlucky, some slimy politician on your doorstep. (No political bias here – I don’t trust any of them). Clearly most … Continue reading

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Good Timing!

As the old song* goes “You gotta have timing……”  and when it comes to exam time, nothing could be more pertinent. Poor timing is one of the most common reasons for disappointing exam results, particularly amongst very capable students. It’s just … Continue reading

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Nothing at all to do with law…

So, holiday time is almost upon us again, but there are sulks in Law Tutor’s house. It’s the season of Irish derbies in the Magners League but now that Setanta has ceased broadcasting to the UK there is no hope … Continue reading

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