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SCL Essay Prize Winner 2017

SCL Essay Prize Winner 2017

The winner of the Student Essay Prize is Lottie Michael


Editorial June/July

Laurence Eastham reviews this issue and some forthcoming SCL events


A Glimpse of the Future and Back to Basics

Mark O’Conor, the SCL Chair, reflects on a successful SCL Conference, held on 8 June, extols the virtues of keeping up to date with trends and technology, and looks forward to the Back to Basics Technology Conference in September

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The Pirate Bay and ‘Making Available’

The CJEU has held that online sharing platforms may be infringing copyright by enabling those accessing material in a way which undermines copyright protection

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The SCL Annual Conference 2017 in an infograph

Ryan Adams, of Shulmans, sums up the 2017 Annual Conference in an infograph. Ryan attended the event under the 'Rising Star' initiative that provides bursaries to help with costs for newly qualified solicitors working in IT law.


Better Contracts

If you missed the highly informative and very lively SCL Conference session on the Better Contracts initiative, Andrew Hooles explains why change is needed and outlines the developments to date


Time to Speak up for Article 15

Graham Smith is one of the speakers at the SCL Conference in the session covering new trends in data interception, use and retention. While this piece from Graham does not reflect his input in that focused session, it is an important contribution to the much-needed debate on Internet freedoms.


RegTech: When Regulation Meets Technology

What is RegTech? Lorraine Chimbga and Ryan Barnes give the answers and explain why it is having an impact on the financial industry and how it might have an impact on lawyers too.


Book Review: Collisions in the Digital Paradigm

Laurence Eastham reviews a new book from David J Harvey, Collisions in the Digital Paradigm: Law and Rule Making in the Internet Age (Hart Publishing; 401 pp: ISBN 978-1-50990-652-9)


Book Review: Queer Privacy

Neil Brown reviews Sarah Jamie Lewis’s edited book ‘Queer Privacy’, and reflects on what lawyers and privacy advisors can do differently in light of its message.



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