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Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
14.11.2017
Outdated housing laws need 'desperate reform' in the wake of Grenfell
Outdated housing laws need ’desperate reform’ in the wake of Grenfell
Housing laws are 'out-dated, complex and patchily enforced', according to a major new report which calls for a new Housing Act to be introduced in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy.
Philosophy - Law/Forensics
06.11.2017
Questioning the ethics of Euroscepticism
Questioning the ethics of Euroscepticism
In a UCL Lunch Hour Lecture delivered last week, Professor George Letsas, a specialist in the philosophy of law and human rights from UCL laws, set out some of the ethical underpinnings of the Brexit debate.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Law/Forensics
31.10.2017
Challenges and oppotunties for EU energy policy
Challenges and oppotunties for EU energy policy
A new book from QMUL's Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas presents, for the first time, a comprehensive overview of the most important research and latest trends in EU energy law and policy.
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
30.10.2017
Sir William Blair appointed as Professor of Financial Law and Ethics at Queen Mary
Sir William Blair appointed as Professor of Financial Law and Ethics at Queen Mary
Sir William Blair has joined the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) as Professor of Financial Law and Ethics.
Law/Forensics
26.10.2017
New exhibition challenges abortion stigma through clothing
My Body My Life, a new research-based exhibition, that challenges abortion stigma through clothing, will run next month at the Old Fire Station, Oxford, from 7-11 November 2017.
Law/Forensics
25.10.2017
University expands free legal advice service to local public
University expands free legal advice service to local public
A Lancaster University Law School Legal Advice Clinic providing free legal advice to local residents is about to get off the ground.
Physics/Materials Science - Law/Forensics
20.10.2017
Researchers help inspire Scotland’s new laws to ban smacking
The decision by the Scottish government to ban smacking has been welcomed by UCL researchers whose report into the damage caused to children by physical punishment played a key part in framing the proposed new legislation. The research in 2015 by Anja Heilmann, Yvonne Kelly and Richard Watt from the UCL Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care showed that there was ample evidence that physical punishment can damage children and escalate into physical abuse.
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
19.10.2017
Durham Law School tackles unacceptable working practices
Durham Law School tackles unacceptable working practices
According to the UN's International Labour Organization (ILO), only one quarter of workers worldwide has a stable employment relationship.
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
19.10.2017
Boy, girl... or intersex? Law and gender
Boy, girl... or intersex? Law and gender
Boy or girl? This is one of the first questions all new parents are asked. In a small percentage of cases, the answer isn't straightforward: the child is intersex.
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
19.10.2017
Boy or girl? Law, gender and being born intersex
Boy or girl? Law, gender and being born intersex
Boy or girl? This is one of the first questions all new parents are asked. In a small percentage of cases, the answer isn't straightforward: the child is intersex.
Law/Forensics - Religions
17.10.2017
New Hate Crime Act is needed to address vast 'justice gap', says major Sussex study
New Hate Crime Act is needed to address vast ’justice gap’, says major Sussex study
New Hate Crime Act is needed to address vast 'justice gap', says major Sussex study The law on hate crime needs to change, say academics at the University of Sussex, following the publication of a 24-month empirical study. Only four percent of an estimated 110,000 hate crime offences reported to the police result in a conviction and a declared ‘sentence uplift' under hate crime legislation.
Law/Forensics - Philosophy
12.10.2017
UCL lecturer is star witness in BBC Moral Maze on abortion law
UCL lecturer is star witness in BBC Moral Maze on abortion law
UCL hosted BBC's flagship ethical programme The Moral Maze this week to mark 50 years of the Abortion Act with a lecturer from the university's Faculty of Laws acting as a specialist witness to the panel.
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
12.10.2017
’Should it be illegal to run a red light in the middle of the night on an empty road?’
The questions have been released ahead of the deadline day for students to apply to study at Oxford University next year (15 October).
Law/Forensics
10.10.2017
QMUL and White and Case launch international arbitration survey
QMUL and White and Case launch international arbitration survey
The Centre for Commercial Legal Studies (CCLS) at QMUL has launched its 2018 International Arbitration Survey, carried out in conjunction with Global law firm White & Case LLP.
Academic Rankings - Law/Forensics
05.10.2017
UCL among world’s super-elite for law, education and social sciences
UCL has reaffirmed its status as a world-leading university in law, education and social sciences in the latest round of rankings published by the Times Higher Education (THE).
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
05.10.2017
Free law advice clinic at the University of Sussex reopens
Free law advice clinic at the University of Sussex reopens
Free law advice clinic at the University of Sussex reopens Residents in Brighton, Lewes and surrounding areas can access free legal advice at the University of Sussex, now that the Sussex Clinical Legal Education project has reopened after the start of term.
Law/Forensics - Academic Rankings
04.10.2017
Politics - Law/Forensics
26.09.2017
Labour now the most trusted party to stand up for England
Labour is now the political party most trusted by voters in England to represent English interests, according to new research from Cardiff University and the University of Edinburgh.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
18.09.2017
Bringing the shocking issue of witchcraft under the UN spotlight
Bringing the shocking issue of witchcraft under the UN spotlight
Trade in albino body parts is big business in certain countries with the ‘going rate' around £75,000. Witchcraft-related beliefs and practices have resulted in serious violations of human rights including beatings, banishment, cutting of body parts, and amputation of limbs, torture and murder.
Law/Forensics - Politics
12.09.2017
King’s College London - Homepage
Congratulations to the Contesting Globalisation module students below on the LLM Transnational Law Pathway who have all achieved a minimum of 70.
Law/Forensics - Environment/Sustainable Development
11.09.2017
Caring for older people in Kenya: research workshop to affect policy
Improving the care of older people, particularly women, in Kenya - and exploring how the state can better recognise and support unpaid or undervalued care work in the country - is the focus of an int
Law/Forensics
14.08.2017
Customs union would not produce ’frictionless’ trade, experts say
Customs union would not produce 'frictionless' trade, experts say Even if the UK and the EU negotiated a new customs union, this would not ensure 'frictionless' trade, according to the UK Trade Policy Observatory.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
27.07.2017
‘Hidden' experiences of men forced to have sex with women revealed
‘Hidden’ experiences of men forced to have sex with women revealed
The most frequent strategy used by women forcing men to have sex with them against their will is blackmail and threats, according to researchers at Lancaster University. This accounted for the experiences of more than one fifth of the men who completed an online survey, the first of its kind in the UK, examining the extent of men who have been ‘forced to penetrate' women.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Law/Forensics
25.07.2017
From War Crime Trials to Clinical Trials - Event commemorates the Holocaust's lasting influence on medical research
From War Crime Trials to Clinical Trials - Event commemorates the Holocaust’s lasting influence on medical research
On the 70th anniversary of the Nazi Doctors trial, a commemorative event in London will explore how human experimentation during the Holocaust led to the code of ethics used in clinical trials today.
Law/Forensics - Administration/Government
18.07.2017
From the University crèche to the House of Commons
From the University crèche to the House of Commons
From the University crèche to the House of Commons Newly elected MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle explains his journey from Sussex to the corridors of power.
Administration/Government - Law/Forensics
14.07.2017
The British public reject 'no deal' on Brexit, new research finds
The British public want a deal on Brexit, and are willing to compromise to get one, new research by the Policy Institute at King's College London, RAND Europe and Cambridge University shows. The finding suggests that the public would disagree with the Prime Minister's claim that 'no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain' when it comes to negotiations for leaving the EU.
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
07.07.2017
Trial and error in Northern Irish abortion law
Trial and error in Northern Irish abortion law
Dr Ruth Fletcher from QMUL's School of Law co-authors an article about abortion law reform in Northern Ireland.
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
04.07.2017
UK can lead the way in labour rights post-Brexit
UK can lead the way in labour rights post-Brexit
Leading academics have today published a set of proposals for the protection of workers' rights in post-Brexit UK trade agreements.
Astronomy - Law/Forensics
03.07.2017
Fighting slavery from space
Members of the public have been helping experts from the University of Nottingham in their mission to end slavery, by tracking potential sites of exploitation from space.
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
30.06.2017
Blockchain-based app to bring legal contracts into the 21st Century
Blockchain-based app to bring legal contracts into the 21st Century
A team of Lancaster University Computer Science undergraduates has won a prestigious international competition for their technology business idea that could revolutionise legal contracts.
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
28.06.2017
From ashtrays full of cigarette butts to smoke-free environments
From ashtrays full of cigarette butts to smoke-free environments
This week, it will be ten years since the smoking ban for enclosed workplaces in the UK came into force.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
19.06.2017
Top level speakers will address peacebuilding event at Lancaster University
Top level speakers will address peacebuilding event at Lancaster University
The development of fresh insights into peacebuilding will be at the forefront of thinking at a Lancaster University Knowledge Exchange symposium and workshop on 5 and 6 July.
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
14.06.2017
Employment law reform needed to fix social care in the UK
New research by a Cardiff University academic has offered an innovative and timely insight into the UK's crisis of social care.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Law/Forensics
31.05.2017
Development, security and the oceans
A networking event to celebrate World Oceans Day has been organised by Cardiff University.
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
25.05.2017
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
24.05.2017
QMUL to hold joint training programmes with Qatar's Ministry of Justice
QMUL to hold joint training programmes with Qatar’s Ministry of Justice
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is due to hold joint legal training with Qatar's Ministry of Justice.
Law/Forensics
24.05.2017
What will happen to European criminal law after Brexit?
What will happen to European criminal law after Brexit?
The UK will not be able to select which sections of the European Union criminal law system it abides by post-Brexit, according to Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas of Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Law/Forensics - Sport Sciences
17.05.2017
Research on cricket bat design is enshrined in law
Research on cricket bat design is enshrined in law
The Laws of Cricket have been improved thanks to a study carried out by researchers from Imperial College London.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Law/Forensics
16.05.2017
TLI event highlights the energy consequences of Brexit
The UK referendum decision to leave the European Union has created significant uncertainty for both the UK and EU energy sectors.
Law/Forensics
12.05.2017
Using the game Minecraft to teach young people about our legal system
Using the game Minecraft to teach young people about our legal system
From virtual building blocks to robotic lawyers, Minecrafting the Law is a novel way children and young people to explore the complexities of our legal system.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Law/Forensics
10.05.2017
UK General Election 2017 – Durham University expertise
UK General Election 2017 – Durham University expertise
A selection of Durham University experts who are available for comment to the media in the lead-up to, and during, the upcoming 2017 General Election is listed below Durham University operates over two campuses.
Life Sciences - Law/Forensics
03.05.2017
Opinion: Neuralink wants to wire your brain to the internet - what could possibly go wrong?
Opinion: Neuralink wants to wire your brain to the internet - what could possibly go wrong?
A company in Silicon Valley claims to be developing a "whole brain interface? for communicating wirelessly with the world.
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
26.04.2017
Why the European Court of Justice isn't going away
Why the European Court of Justice isn’t going away
One of the most contentious issues in Britain's exit from the EU is the role of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) during and after Brexit.
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