Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police  -suleman shah- I remember sitting in my tort law lecture room trying my best to stifle a yawn as my professor yapped on and on about the doctrine of negligence. Admittedly, tort was never my favourite subject nor my strongest. However, I was competent enough to … More Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police 
POST BY Suleman Shah In the law of equity and trusts, there have been no other, if not, very few topics of debate that were as ravishing and captivating as the debate around the Quistclose trust. It has been a matter of interest for several decades with a rollercoaster-like journey through judgments, commentaries and journal … More The Quistclose trust: are you sure it’s a trust?
Post by S. Shah Yes, that’s right. This was ‘The Brexit Case’. The case which, especially if you were like me, you probably initially heard about while watching BBC Breakfast chomping your cereal and not giving more than two hoots about the whole matter. Turns out, this was the case that was pivotal to the … More R. (on the application of Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union