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James Watkins is the new bug at Law on the Web, having joined the publishing team in October 2011. A native of Weymouth in Dorset, James graduated from the University of the West of England in 2010 with a degree in English Language and Linguistics. In his spare time, James enjoys travelling, writing about independent videogames, and speed metal.
Posted: 22 April 2013
With violence erupting at Millwall, Newcastle and Kidderminster games recently, is football sliding back into the dark days of widespread hooliganism?
Stephen is a linguistics graduate who has been with Law on the Web since June 2010. A naturally curious person, he is a voracious learner of foreign languages and enjoys acquiring knowledge in general. On top of these cerebral pursuits he also enjoys playing golf and Guitar Hero, despite not being particularly good at either.
Posted: 20 May 2013
The recent scandal of Uruguay and Liverpool footballer Luis Suarez biting the arm of an opponent in a football match has provoked much disgust and derision. Any observers of social media, or even anyone chewing the fat among friends or colleagues will likely have heard the argument that such an attack surely would have been the subject of a criminal prosecution had it happened anywhere else but a football pitch.