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What does a rise in the minimum wage mean for the Mexican labour market?

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The idea of a minimum working wage has been a controversial topic within economics for many years. The basic goal of establishing a minimum level of earnings is to ensure that independently of the job performed, all workers can earn a salary that is high enough to satisfy their basic needs.
Date:
25/08/2016

What does a rise in the minimum wage mean for the Mexican labour market?

Description
The idea of a minimum working wage has been a controversial topic within economics for many years. The basic goal of establishing a minimum level of earnings is to ensure that independently of the job performed, all workers can earn a salary that is high enough to satisfy their basic needs.
Date:
25/08/2016

Old Joe Glows Gold

Date:
25/08/2016

Birmingham International Summer School 2016 is great success

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The Birmingham International Summer School (BISS) 2016 proved to be a tremendous success with 126 international students participating in three weeks of academic and social activities.
Date:
23/08/2016

University of Birmingham's Owsley makes Olympic history in hockey Gold triumph

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University of Birmingham Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation student, Lily Owsley and Psychology graduate Sophie Bray helped Team GB to make history as part of the first British women's hockey team to win Olympic gold, on the last Friday of the 2016 Rio Games.
Date:
22/08/2016

Professor Ian Scott appointed Honorary Queen's Counsel

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Emeritus Professor and former head of Birmingham Law School one of eight new Queen's Counsel honoris causa appointed at Westminster Hall on 22 February 2016 in a ceremony presided over by the Lord Chancellor.
Date:
22/08/2016

Celebrating School Success

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Birmingham Law School is celebrating a series of staff, student, and School successes. CEPLER was recently shortlisted for a top Pro Bono award, while the School shot up the rankings in the 2017 Guardian University League Table, and has been named one of the world's Top 100 law schools.
Date:
17/08/2016

Law in everyday life

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Professor Rosie Harding, Birmingham Law School Professor of Law and Society, has been awarded a prestigious British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship to work on a project entitled Everyday Decisions: Interrogating the interface between mental capacity and legal capacity.
Date:
17/08/2016

Celebrating the Harding Law Library

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The Harding Law Library has served the Law School since 1961 and, on the eve of its closure and relocation to the new, state-of-the-art main library, we invited alumni to reminisce with peers, academics, and library staff. The move marks an exciting new phase for the Law School as the development of the space will include new facilities for mooting and advocacy.
Date:
17/08/2016

Top award for Law School alumna

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Alumna Tiffany Lathe (Undergraduate Diploma, Legal Studies, 2003), Vice President & General Counsel - International at Rackspace, was recently named one of the 'Top 50 Most Powerful Women' working in Technology, by the National Diversity Council. We interviewed Tiffany to find out more about the award and how Birmingham Law School helped to shape her career.
Date:
17/08/2016
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