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Law - Administration - 07.03.2017
University legal expert informs first EU Brexit committee
Professor Sue Arrowsmith, an expert in Public Procurement Law at the University of Nottingham, was recently invited to present to the very first hearing of the European Parliament on Brexit, held in Brussels.

Law - Health - 02.03.2017
King's experts ask: can cannabis be made safer?
As cannabis laws become liberalised in many countries, experts from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London argue that there is an urgent need to explore how cannabis use can be made safer. Writing in The Lancet Psychiatry , the authors say that policy makers and researchers should consider regulating cannabis potency, reducing the use of tobacco (e.g.

Law - Career - 01.03.2017
University offers free housing law advice to local community
University offers free housing law advice to local community The University of Sussex has launched a free legal clinic to give local people expert housing advice.

Law - 16.02.2017
University initiative helps to inspire pupils

Law - Administration - 16.02.2017
Sussex Law School teams up with University of Lagos on new research network
Sussex Law School teams up with University of Lagos on new research network
Sussex Law School teams up with University of Lagos on new research network Dr Femi Amao from the Sussex Law School has been awarded a research networking grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Co

Art and Design - Law - 07.02.2017
A space where anything can happen!
With all the talk of 'fake news', is the world now best understood as a cartoon? Highly acclaimed artist Andy Holden provides his animated theory on the subject through a new exhibition just opened at Lancaster University's Peter Scott Gallery.

Event - Law - 31.01.2017
UCL publishes investigation into UCLU Friends of Israel event
UCL has today published the outcome of its investigation into events that took place around the UCLU Friends of Israel Society meeting on 27th October 2016.

Life Sciences - Law - 25.01.2017
Understanding the role of DNA in criminal investigations
New guide helps public understand role of DNA in criminal investigations Researchers from King's working with the European Forensic Genetics Network of Excellence ( EUROFORGEN ) are launching a guide in partnership with the charity Sense about Science , to address misconceptions about DNA analysis and profiling and share exciting new developments in this area.

Law - Politics - 25.01.2017
UK Supreme Court's Brexit Ruling: Parliamentarisation or business as usual?
UK Supreme Court’s Brexit Ruling: Parliamentarisation or business as usual?
Davor Jancic , Lecturer at QMUL's School of Law writes about yesterday's Supreme Court judgement on Article 50.

Law - 24.01.2017
Opinion: Parliament needs to load the Article 50 gun before Prime Minister triggers Brexit
Opinion: Parliament needs to load the Article 50 gun before Prime Minister triggers Brexit
Voters will be astonished that they voted in a referendum without the Government having the legal power to implement their wishes if the country voted to leave the EU.

Law - 20.01.2017
Why Edwin Morgan’s scrapbooks remain inaccessible in a digital world
The creation of a digital collection of the unpublished work of the first Scots Makar, Edwin Morgan, should have been easy.

Law - Economics - 13.01.2017
Dr Holger Hestermeyer Specialist Advisor to House of Lords Sub-Committee
Dr Holger Hestermeyer , from The Dickson Poon School of Law at King's College London, has been appointed as Specialist Advisor to the House of Lords EU External Affairs Sub-Committee.

Law - 10.01.2017
Championing Welsh

Economics - Law - 06.01.2017
New report on macro-economic impact of Brexit questions Treasury forecasts
New report on macro-economic impact of Brexit questions Treasury forecasts
Economists at the Centre for Business Research (CBR) have challenged the assumptions of the Treasury in their new forecast for the UK economy and the impact of Brexit in 2017.

Environment - Law - 03.01.2017
Law lecturer empowers young people to tackle corruption and promote sustainability
Law lecturer empowers young people to tackle corruption and promote sustainability

Environment - Law - 15.12.2016
Think twice before trusting a digital assistant to do the shopping
Online shopping for Christmas is likely to be very different in the not too distant future. While today we use search engines for information, in the years ahead we will increasingly rely on digital personal assistants, voice-activated digital helpers and our smart phones.

Law - History / Archeology - 14.12.2016
Law and Religion
Cardiff University has welcomed a leading legal scholar to deliver a keynote lecture on law and religion.

Law - Event - 09.12.2016
National Teaching Fellowships

Law - 01.12.2016
Unique collection to be brought to global audience
A unique collection held in deposit at the University will be brought to audiences worldwide thanks to a new grant.

Law - Health - 29.11.2016
Research aims to
Research aims to "unpack Brexit”
Researchers at Durham University are aiming to unpack the issues behind the legal, constitutional and economic implications of Brexit.

Law - 28.11.2016
Opinion: Latest Brexit legal challenge will not be 'back door' to Single Market
Opinion: Latest Brexit legal challenge will not be ‘back door’ to Single Market
Failure to invoke Article 127 of the EEA Agreement will not keep the UK in a Single Market by the back door after Brexit.

Law - Social Sciences - 25.11.2016
Aung San Suu Kyi is legitimising genocide in Myanmar, warn state crime academics
Aung San Suu Kyi is legitimising genocide in Myanmar, warn state crime academics
Aung San Suu Kyi is legitimising genocide in Myanmar and has entrenched the persecution of the Rohingya minority, according to state crime specialists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

Law - Economics - 22.11.2016
University of Sussex affirms its place in the local community
University of Sussex affirms its place in the local community
University of Sussex affirms its place in the local community "We are not just the University of Sussex but we are the University for Sussex," said one of its senior leaders in a passionate speech last week about the University's commitment to volunteering in local communities.

Law - Administration - 03.11.2016
Brexit: High Court ruling on Article 50 explained
In a landmark constitutional judgment handed down today, the High Court has put a stumbling block in the way of the Prime Minister's plan to trigger Article 50 by the end of March 2017.

Law - Administration - 03.11.2016
Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to Brexit judgement
Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to Brexit judgement
Constitutional and EU law specialist Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to high court ruling that parliament must vote on triggering Article 50.

Law - Administration - 03.11.2016
High Court ruling on Article 50 explained
In a landmark constitutional judgment handed down today, the High Court has put a stumbling block in the way of the Prime Minister's plan to trigger Article 50 by the end of March 2017.

Politics - Law - 02.11.2016
Brexit: Listen to experts from Cambridge and beyond discuss how, why and what next for Brexit Britain
Listen to some of the talks that were given as part of the University's 'Brexit Week' series, which took place from 18 - 22 October.

Politics - Law - 02.11.2016
QMUL delegation to visit India in November
QMUL delegation to visit India in November

Law - 28.10.2016
Protecting our data and identity: how should the law respond?
Many of us see our privacy as a basic right. But in the digital world of app-addiction, geolocation tracking and social oversharing, some may have cause to wonder if that right is steadily and sometimes willingly being eroded away.

Law - History / Archeology - 28.10.2016
Lawrence of Arabia – a war hero re-emerges from the desert sands – new exhibition
Lawrence of Arabia – a war hero re-emerges from the desert sands – new exhibition
A UK-first exhibition based on 10 years of research led by two University of Bristol archaeologists lends credence to the account Lawrence of Arabia gave of his own extraordinary exploits in the desert.

Law - Career - 25.10.2016
Free legal advice available at the Sussex Law Clinics

Administration - Law - 21.10.2016
Combating cybercrime when there's plenty of phish in the sea
Combating cybercrime when there’s plenty of phish in the sea
As more and more crime moves online, computer scientists, criminologists and legal academics have joined forces in Cambridge to improve our understanding and responses to cybercrime, helping governments, businesses and ordinary users construct better defences.

Administration - Law - 18.10.2016
Researchers work with EC on anti-trafficking
A team of researchers are helping shape the way forward for anti-trafficking initiatives at EU level.

Law - Health - 18.10.2016
Change sex education to combat the effects of porn, say researchers
A Parliamentary Group focusing on family and child protection is to hear how changes are needed to sex education in the classroom to protect young people from the damaging effects of pornography.

Law - Career - 17.10.2016
Hugh James offers sought-after placements

Politics - Law - 17.10.2016
Thailand mourns its king and heads into the unknown
Thailand mourns its king and heads into the unknown
Dr Lee Jones from QMUL's School of Politics and International Relations writes about the death of Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Law - Social Sciences - 17.10.2016
Genocide of Rohingya in Myanmar may be entering new and deadly phase
Genocide of Rohingya in Myanmar may be entering new and deadly phase
The International State Crime Initiative (ISCI) at Queen Mary University of London has warned that reports of attacks against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar may signal a new phase in what ISCI researchers say is genocide.

Law - Politics - 13.10.2016
The UK Constitution is ill equipped to cope with Brexit, says leading constitutional expert
The UK Constitution is ill equipped to cope with Brexit, says leading constitutional expert
The UK Constitution is profoundly ill equipped to cope with the complexities of Brexit, and the government has no mandate to determine the UK's future relationship with the EU, according to a research paper by Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott.

Law - 11.10.2016
EU to benefit most from Article 50 TEU uncertainty
EU to benefit most from Article 50 TEU uncertainty
EU to benefit most from Article 50 TEU uncertainty The legal uncertainty over exactly how the UK exits the EU is most likely to benefit the remaining EU countries, according to experts in EU and international trade law.

Law - Social Sciences - 03.10.2016
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott to advise Scottish Parliament about Brexit
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott to advise Scottish Parliament about Brexit
Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott has been appointed as an advisor to the Scottish Parliament European and External Relations Committee .

Law - Career - 03.10.2016
Sussex prepares Qatari graduates to understand what causes corruption and how to tackle it
Sussex prepares Qatari graduates to understand what causes corruption and how to tackle it
Sussex prepares Qatari graduates to understand what causes corruption and how to tackle it The Prime Minister of Qatar has officially launched the University of Sussex Master's course in Corruption, Law and Governance , in collaboration with the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre (ROLACC).

Law - Politics - 28.09.2016
'Grant immigrants the right to vote', say researchers
’Grant immigrants the right to vote’, say researchers
National election results in the UK could look vastly different if all immigrants had the right to vote, which they should, according to new research.

Environment - Law - 21.09.2016
It’s not all about tigers and criminals – illegal wildlife trade responses need nuance
Responses to illegal wildlife trade need to be more nuanced and not only focused on high-profile species if we are to truly tackle the problem, say researchers.

Politics - Law - 21.09.2016
A trailblazer in the UK and Europe
An internationally-renowned researcher has been appointed as Head of Cardiff University's School of Law and Politics.

Event - Law - 20.09.2016
QMUL welcomes record numbers of Chevening scholars
QMUL welcomes record numbers of Chevening scholars

Event - Law - 20.09.2016
QMUL welcomes record number of Chevening scholars

Law - 15.09.2016
Landmark agreement between the Scottish Law Commission and the country’s university law schools on law reform
Law reform work in Scotland is to be strengthened and improved following a landmark agreement between the Scottish Law Commission and the country's university law schools.

Law - Art and Design - 14.09.2016
Promote legal alternatives to stop unlawful downloading says study
The promotion of legal alternatives, rather than the risk of prosecution, is more likely to change unlawful file sharing behaviour, according to new research. The study by academics from the University of East Anglia (UEA), Lancaster University and Newcastle University found that the supposed benefit of online file sharing predicts unlawful behaviour, but not perceived risk, suggesting that either current laws are not enough of a deterrent or threatening people with prosecution is not effective.

Environment - Law - 06.09.2016
Green crime comes under the microscope in new book
The full complexity of 'green criminology', including poaching, wildlife crime, forest degradation and environmental activism, and the different responses to them, has been captured in a new book by a Lancaster University criminologist.

Law - 05.09.2016
QMUL academics secure two of the UK's five Jean Monnet Chairs
QMUL academics secure two of the UK’s five Jean Monnet Chairs