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Just how compassionate is Chelsea Manning's release?

Just how compassionate is Chelsea Manning's release?
Description
Professor Robert Cryer writes for The Conversation. Rob is Professor of International and Criminal Law at Birmingham Law School.
Date:
19/01/2017

Major ERC award for comparative study of resilience in survivors of conflict-related sexual violence

Major ERC award for comparative study of resilience in survivors of conflict-related sexual violence
Description
Dr Janine Natalya Clark has been awarded a European Research Council Consolidator Grant worth 1.8m Euros to undertake a five year research project.
Date:
19/12/2016

Professor Gordon Woodman made a Member of the Order of the Volta

Professor Gordon Woodman made a Member of the Order of the Volta
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Noted legal scholar and Birmingham Emeritus Professor of Comparative Law given one of the highest honours of the Republic of Ghana.
Date:
14/12/2016

Major EU Funding Award for Project on TTIP

Major EU Funding Award for Project on TTIP
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The University of Birmingham has been awarded a Horizon 2020 Marie Curie Award of the European Union for a project led by Institute of European Law Director Professor Martin Trybus on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
Date:
13/12/2016

Law School Gathers to Discuss Miller and Brexit

Law School Gathers to Discuss Miller and Brexit
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Following the Divisional Court decision in the case of Miller (finding that Parliament must authorise the triggering of Article 50), almost 100 students, staff members, and members of the public gathered at Birmingham Law School to discuss the case and its implications.
Date:
09/12/2016

Latest IEL Working Paper published

Latest IEL Working Paper published
Description
"The Eurasian Economic Union: Balancing Sovereignty and Integration" by Birmingham's Dr Rilka Dragneva is the latest in our 2016 series of Working Papers on European Law
Date:
06/12/2016

Birmingham Student Pro Bono Conference

Birmingham Student Pro Bono Conference
Description
During November's National Pro Bono Week, Shoosmiths' Birmingham office hosted the Birmingham Student Pro Bono Conference 2016, which was attended by over 70 students from university law schools across the city.
Date:
29/11/2016

Law Firms, Sustainability and Demand-side Drivers

Law Firms, Sustainability and Demand-side Drivers
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Dr Steven Vaughan and Professor Robert Lee have been awarded a Legal Sustainability Alliance Grant for this project, which runs until March 2017
Date:
26/11/2016

From the Battlefield to the Classroom: Using Education in the Fight against Rape Stigma

From the Battlefield to the Classroom: Using Education in the Fight against Rape Stigma
Description
Last week, Dr Janine Clark travelled to Bosnia to pilot her new and innovative school-based scheme of discussing sexual violence in conflict with secondary school aged children. A specialist on sexual violence, transitional justice, and the Yugoslav conflict, Dr Clark here reflects on her visit and on the pilot project.
Date:
24/11/2016

Ukraine's Hidden Tragedy: Understanding the Outcomes of Population Displacement from the Country's War-torn Regions

Ukraine's Hidden Tragedy: Understanding the Outcomes of Population Displacement from the Country's War-torn Regions
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Rilka Dragneva-Lewers and Dr Gulara Guliyeva in Law are co-investigators on an AHRC PaCCS Innovation Award on Conflict and International Development
Date:
22/11/2016
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