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Law - Career - 27.02.2024
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton

Law - Economics - 12.01.2024
Post Office scandal: why thousands of victims are yet to see justice

Law - 22.12.2023
UK supreme court rules Guantánamo ’forever prisoner’ can sue the government under English l

Law - 15.12.2023
University of Warwick’s ’School Tasking’ Project enhances legal understanding for legally accountable 10-year-olds – research finds
University of Warwick's 'School Tasking' Project enhances legal understanding for legally accountable 10-year-olds - research finds Most Year 5 children will know little about the law and their rights, yet at the stroke of midnight on their 10 birthday, they become criminally responsible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Law - Social Sciences - 28.11.2023
New consortium awarded £5 million to prevent and reduce civilian suffering in armed conflicts

Law - Criminology / Forensics - 22.11.2023
Prison campaigner visits University to inspire future generations
Prison campaigner visits University to inspire future generations

Law - Career - 07.11.2023
Attorney General gives career talk to UCL law students

Law - 31.10.2023
Racial Bias and the Bench - one year on, has progress been made in the legal system?

Law - 26.10.2023
Spotlight on... Philippe Sands
Spotlight on... Philippe Sands

Law - Social Sciences - 04.10.2023
Scotland’s former Children and Young People’s Commissioner appointed as Law Professor

Law - Campus - 04.10.2023
Pioneer Reparatory Justice Masters Programme welcomes first students

Law - 03.10.2023
Call for Papers and Network Launch: 'Regulating the Decentralised Autonomous Organisation'
Call for Papers and Network Launch: ’Regulating the Decentralised Autonomous Organisation’

Event - Law - 21.09.2023
The University of Warwick to award Taskmaster’s Alex Horne with honorary doctorate for pioneering widening participation initiative

Politics - Law - 19.09.2023
Commentary: Trump on trial: experts answer key legal and political questions about what could happen

Law - Career - 04.09.2023
Two University of Manchester Students Awarded Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholarship

Innovation - Law - 22.08.2023
Manchester Law & Technology Conference - July 6th 2023
Manchester Law & Technology Conference - July 6th 2023

Law - Pedagogy - 22.08.2023
University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Law School
University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Law School

Law - 10.08.2023
Analysis: The Post Office scandal is not over yet
Analysis: The Post Office scandal is not over yet
In a piece for The Conversation, Dr Karen Nokes (UCL Laws) and Professor Richard Moorhead of the University of Exeter describe the origins of the Post Office scandal, possibly the largest miscarriage of justice in UK history, and explain why it is ongoing.

Social Sciences - Law - 10.08.2023
Bibby Stockholm - another cruel twist in UK asylum policy?
For individuals forced to flee their homeland and experience the ordeal of stepping onto a smuggler's boat, being 'warehoused' on a barge will be terrifying.

Law - 04.08.2023
’diverse’ views on impact of remote hearings during the pandemic
Research shows 'diverse' views on impact of remote hearings during the pandemic Research carried out by the University of Glasgow's School of Law and Ipsos Scotland on the adoption and use of remote hearings during the COVID-19 pandemic reveals a diverse range of views on the perceived impacts on stakeholders, with no consistent opinion on their effect or continued use.

Politics - Law - 27.07.2023
Opinion: Israel- unpopular judicial reform involves repeal of law set up under British colonial rule

Politics - Law - 20.07.2023
Opinion: Judicial activism has had vastly different impacts on Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump
Opinion: Judicial activism has had vastly different impacts on Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump

Law - Social Sciences - 03.07.2023
UCL's trailblazing Centre for Access to Justice marks 10 years
UCL’s trailblazing Centre for Access to Justice marks 10 years

Law - Innovation - 30.06.2023
Legal professionals ’sitting on the fence’ in terms of embracing new technologies
A lack of understanding by, and encouragement from, management is proving a barrier to the uptake of technologies like artificial intelligence in the legal services sector, according to a new report by UCL, the University of Manchester, and the Law Society.

Law - 07.06.2023
University of Glasgow researcher co-authors report on privacy intrusion and national security
The head of the University of Glasgow's College of Science & Engineering is one of three authors of a new report on privacy intrusion and national security in the age of AI. Professor Dame Muffy Calder was senior research consultant on the report, prepared by The Alan Turing Institute's Centre for Emerging Technology and Security (CETaS).

Law - Criminology / Forensics - 24.05.2023
Peace in Sudan depends on justice for the Darfur genocide
Written by Professor Mukesh Kapila CBE I asked the pilot to deviate from our approved flight path and go low over Darfur.

Law - Social Sciences - 25.04.2023
Lemn Sissay Bursaries help challenge access barriers to University for students of Black Heritage

Law - 20.04.2023
University of Glasgow celebrates law and language learning links with Germany

Law - 18.04.2023
Landmark study into Post Office scandal seeks to prevent future injustice
Landmark study into Post Office scandal seeks to prevent future injustice
A new landmark study into legal failings associated with the Post Office scandal, led by UCL and the University of Exeter, is being launched to support improvements in culture and ethical practice to prevent similar injustice occurring in the future. The scandal, currently subject to a statutory judicial inquiry, has blighted scores of lives.

Law - Career - 08.03.2023
Emma Ritch Law Clinic to improve access to justice for sexual offence cases

Law - 14.02.2023
25 Universities sign up to Warwick’s Taskmaster programme for disadvantaged schools

Law - 09.02.2023
Research Participants Wanted: Exploring Experiences of ’Loss’ after Critical Care

Law - Event - 07.02.2023
Dr Amber Darr recognised in UPSIGN’s list of 75 notable British-Pakistani academics, trainers, and teachers

Law - Career - 31.01.2023
Aristea Koukiadaki awarded ¤2m by the ERC for research on remedies in comparative labour law

Law - Career - 27.01.2023
'Sussex has a special place in my heart'
’Sussex has a special place in my heart’

Law - 24.01.2023
Leading Labour MP welcomes report into racial bias in justice system
Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy MP has welcomed a report by experts from The University of Manchester which highlighted the issue of racial bias in the justice system, after a meeting to discuss the findings with the academics and co-authors who compiled it.

Law - 23.01.2023
Book launch event: Expansion Rebellion
Book launch event: Expansion Rebellion

Law - Criminology / Forensics - 17.01.2023
Change the law to make sexual activity by deception illegal, say experts
Change the law to make sexual activity by deception illegal, say experts
The law must be toughened up to make intentionally deceiving a person into engaging in sexual activity a crime, according to a new report published today.

Law - Social Sciences - 11.11.2022
Free immigration advice service launched to help Ukrainians living in Wales

Law - Politics - 09.11.2022
Analysis: US midterms: 42 new voting laws since 2021 risk undermining confidence in U.S. democracy
Analysis: US midterms: 42 new voting laws since 2021 risk undermining confidence in U.S. democracy
Matthew Schlachter (UCL Institute of the Americas) explores in The Conversation what new restrictive voting laws could mean for Americans' confidence in democracy.

Environment - Law - 09.11.2022
Opinion: COP27 - Three reasons rich countries need to pay developing world for climate havoc
Opinion: COP27 - Three reasons rich countries need to pay developing world for climate havoc

Law - 07.11.2022
Private landlords need information and education to improve standards for renters
Many private landlords lack the knowledge, skills and support needed to provide decent homes for renters, a new study has found. The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) study, by Dr Jennifer Harris and Professor Alex Marsh at the University of Bristol, is based on a survey carried out with over 1000 landlords and on 68 in-depth interviews with landlords, letting agents and experts.

Law - Social Sciences - 04.11.2022
University of Sussex re-opens and expands award-winning, free law clinics
University of Sussex re-opens and expands award-winning, free law clinics

Law - 02.11.2022
Spotlight on... Professor Eloise Scotford
Spotlight on... Professor Eloise Scotford

Innovation - Law - 27.10.2022
UK police fail to meet 'legal and ethical standards' in use of facial recognition
UK police fail to meet ’legal and ethical standards’ in use of facial recognition
Researchers devise an audit to test whether police deployment of facial recognition poses a threat to fundamental human rights, and analyse three instances of technology use by British police - with all three failing to meet -minimum ethical and legal standards-.

Politics - Law - 26.10.2022
Does Rishi Sunak need to call a General Election?

Innovation - Law - 24.10.2022
International Commercial and Technology Law LLM champions a new kind of professional for a new world of commerce
International Commercial and Technology Law LLM champions a new kind of professional for a new world of commerce

Law - 24.10.2022
Bernard Atha - a man of many parts

Law - Politics - 19.10.2022
Devolution a ’necessary step’ towards a better Welsh criminal justice system, academics argue
The pathologies of the Welsh criminal justice system can only be properly addressed by devolving powers to Wales, academics from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre conclude.

Law - 30.09.2022
Seven questions with... Deniz Akinci
Seven questions with... Deniz Akinci
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