Public Law and Human Rights News

Graham Gee co-chairs Consultation on Judicial Independence at Windsor Castle

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Earlier this month Graham Gee, a lecturer at Birmingham Law School, co-chaired a two-day workshop on judicial independence at Windsor Castle.
Date:
22/01/2014

Dr Rosa Freedman writes a guest post for UK Human Rights Blog

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Is rights replication undermining international human rights law?
Date:
21/03/2013

Just published: Dr Rosa Freedman, The UN Human Rights Council - A critique and early assessment

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The latest book by Dr Rosa Freedman, lecturer at Birmingham Law School and expert in International Human Rights Law, was published this week by Routledge as part of its Research in Human Rights series.
Date:
06/03/2013

Graham Gee on the impeachment of the Chief Justice of Sri Lanka

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Birmingham Law School's Graham Gee recently participated in a seminar panel on the impeachment of the Chief Justice of Sri Lanka.
Date:
01/03/2013

Graham Gee on judicial appointments

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Birmingham Law lecturer writes for the UK Constitutional Group Blog on the topic of "Who should have the final say in lower level judicial appointments?"
Date:
07/02/2013

Dr Rosa Freedman blogs for the Huffington Post

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Birmingham Law School International Human Rights Lecturer writes on the topic of "Israel's Move Could Topple UN's House of Cards"
Date:
06/02/2013

Just published: Sophie Boyron's new book on the Constitution of France

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Birmingham Law School is delighted to announce the publication of Sophie Boyron's book "The Constitution of France: A Contextual Analysis". The book is published by Hart as part of its highly prestigious and successful "Constitutional Systems of the World" series.
Date:
04/02/2013

Graham Gee chairs seminar at UK Supreme Court

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Birmingham lecturer chairs seminar at UK Supreme Court on "Judicial Independence and the UK Supreme Court". The seminar is part of an AHRC-funded project on "The Politics of Judicial Independence".
Date:
26/10/2012

Policing the Police: Restoring trust and confidence in the police force

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"Over the last few weeks, an aspect of policing that raises a number of political, legal and ethical dilemmas has come to the fore, namely: how do we police the police when they are accused of wrongdoing?" Dr Bharat Malkani writes for the Birmingham Perspective
Date:
25/10/2012

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship awarded to Dominic de Cogan

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Dr de Cogan will be working on a project entitled "Tax professionals and the law: a healthy partnership?"
Date:
05/09/2012
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