Beirut’s State Prosecutor for Appeals charges company with negligenc

09/18/2020

The explosion that erupted in Beirut on the 4th of August touched the whole world. A month later, a massive fire erupted at the port causing major anxiety across the country, especially since the explosion originally began as a massive fire prior to its eruption. Albeit investigation is still taking...

Lebanese students are banned from complaining on social media

09/10/2020

Lebanese university students have been put under a lot of stress this past year. From the revolution to the corona virus, then the revolution again. Everything seems to be adding up. Students enrolled at the Lebanese university have always opted for social media to share both their concerns and frus...

Lebanon’s Central Bank under Forensic audit

09/03/2020

Lebanon has been trying to find a way to get out of its financial misery, merely through international support. The Cabinet had agreed over a month ago to allocate an auditing firm to conduct a forensic audit of Lebanon’s Central Bank. However, the process has been delayed since the massive ex...

An act of civil disobedience in Lebanese Tourism institutions

08/26/2020

It has been one unfortunate year for Lebanon. The country has been struggling with major economic crisis, resulting in the closing of several places, mostly including restaurants, cafes and nightclubs. However, the Beirut Port explosion just took the crisis to a whole new level. According to Tony Ra...

A breathing space for Lebanese students abroad

08/20/2020

The economic crisis that has severely hit Lebanon resulting in the inflation of the currency, has greatly affected the living condition of the Lebanese people. However, this no longer applies to people living in Lebanon, but also to the ones residing abroad, particularly students. As the Lebanese po...

Lebanon, a state of emergency

08/14/2020

On Agust4, 2020 a massive explosion hit Beirut, Lebanon, caused by more than 2, 700 tons of ammonium nitrate, a chemical compound that is commonly used as both an agriculture fertilizer and in making explosives generally used for mining. The chemical had been stored in the Port of Beirut at a wareho...

The impact of disasters on education

08/11/2020

The impact of disasters on education is incomprehensible amongst the public which is an issue that must not be ignored as its effects results in major societal disruptions. Trauma is an emotional injury caused by a disturbing experience which can in fact last longer than most adults would think. ...

Tomorrow’s Lawyers by Richard Susskind-Key points for every future lawyer

07/30/2020

-Most inhabitant’s in today’s world tend to look for solutions by extrapolating from the past and on the assumption of continuity in the legal profession. To meet the needs of clients, we will need instead to dispense with much of our current cottage industry and re-invent the way in whi...

“Death Exams" -Lebanese university students want to be heard

07/20/2020

COVID-19 has become one of our generation’s deadliest disease. It has disrupted almost every sector in the world and the education field is no exception. However, the Lebanese University in Lebanon has explicitly announced that It will undergo final exams despite the circumstances as they feel...

Who moved my cheese? – A Summary

07/16/2020

In times of crisis, we may all feel hopeless and stuck in time as everything feels like it’s not moving forward. There are many motivational and life coaching books out there that could help you get over this hard time. ‘Who moved my cheese?’ is the perfect book to motivate you as ...