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First meeting of Marie Curie Innovative Training Network on TTIP

First meeting of Marie Curie Innovative Training Network on TTIP
Description
Meeting held at the Brussels premises of the University of Birmingham.
Date:
20 June 2017

Training for EU translators

Description
A group of Birmingham Law School has won a competitive tender for providing training services in EU law to the EU Translation Services.
Date:
16 June 2017

Birmingham Senior Lecturer advises UN Special Rapporteur on Torture

Birmingham Senior Lecturer advises UN Special Rapporteur on Torture
Description
Dr Natasa Mavronicola serves as Special Adviser to Professor Nils Melzer, and has been working on an examination of the extent to which 'extra-custodial use of force 'can violate the absolute prohibition of torture.
Date:
05 June 2017

How the parties differ on their plans to fix Britain's social care crisis

How the parties differ on their plans to fix Britain's social care crisis
Description
Professor Rosie Harding writes for the Conversation. Rosie is Professor of Law and Society at Birmingham Law School.
Date:
02 June 2017

Jeremy Corbyn is right: we can be honest about the causes of terrorism while still refusing to justify it

Jeremy Corbyn is right: we can be honest about the causes of terrorism while still refusing to justify it
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"Politically unpopular or not, this kind of conversation is vital if we are to take terrorism seriously, and if we are to hope effectively to combat it. I know: I've spent years researching terrorism" Professor Fiona de Londras writes for the Independent
Date:
26 May 2017

Professor Fiona de Londras awarded a British Academy Small Research grant

Professor Fiona de Londras awarded a British Academy Small Research grant
Description
Professor Fiona de Londras has been awarded a British Academy Small Research Grant, for the project 'China's National Security: Endangering Hong Kong's Rule of Law?'.
Date:
18 May 2017

Professor Fiona de Londras awarded a Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust grant

Description
Professor Fiona de Londras has been awarded a Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust grant, for the project 'UK Counter-Terrorism Review'.
Date:
11 May 2017

Linden Thomas appointed Deputy Vice President of Birmingham Law Society

Linden Thomas appointed Deputy Vice President of Birmingham Law Society
Description
´╗┐Linden is a lecturer, in-house solicitor and manager of the ´╗┐Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research at Birmingham Law School.
Date:
10 May 2017

Birmingham Law School wins prestigious award for Pro Bono services to the community

Birmingham Law School wins prestigious award for Pro Bono services to the community
Description
The University of Birmingham's Law School has been recognised for its services to the community, assisting individuals and groups in need from across Birmingham and further afield, gain access to free legal advice.
Date:
04 May 2017

The law of state aid/subsidy/nondiscrimination disciplines and national tax regimes in the EU and the WTO

The law of state aid/subsidy/nondiscrimination disciplines and national tax regimes in the EU and the WTO
Description
Dr Luca Rubini is to give two specialized sessions at the Global Governance Programme of the European University Institute in Florence.
Date:
03 May 2017
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