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50 years since the last execution can the UK help end the death penalty worldwide?

50 years since the last execution can the UK help end the death penalty worldwide?
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Bharat Malkani writes for the Conversation
Date:
13 August 2014

Head of Law School quoted in BBC News item on Parole Board Victim Statements

Head of Law School quoted in BBC News item on Parole Board Victim Statements
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Birmingham Law School's Professor Andrew Sanders, a former Parole Board member, talks about the impact of victim statements on Parole Board Hearings in a BBC News item from 5 August 2014.
Date:
07 August 2014

Holdsworth - Law alumni newsletter 2014

Holdsworth - Law alumni newsletter 2014
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The 2014 edition of our alumni newsletter had just been published. You can read it online here.
Date:
30 July 2014

Professor Martin Trybus on ELFA Thesis Prize jury

Professor Martin Trybus on ELFA Thesis Prize jury
Description
IEL Director Martin Trybus is on the jury for the award of the European Law Faculties Association (ELFA) Thesis Prize for work submitted in 2013
Date:
29 July 2014

Inaugural CEPLER National Student Essay Writing Competition

Inaugural CEPLER National Student Essay Writing Competition
Description
The winner will receive an iPad mini and the opportunity to have their essay published on the CEPLER website as a CEPLER Working Paper.
Date:
22 July 2014

RAND Europe Senior Research Fellow

RAND Europe Senior Research Fellow
Description
IEL Director Martin Trybus has been appointed to a Senior Research Fellowship at RAND Europe for 2014-16.
Date:
18 July 2014

Report: Institute of European Law Annual Lecture 2014

Report: Institute of European Law Annual Lecture 2014
Description
"What have the Europeans done for us?" was delivered by Professor Patrick Birkinshaw of the University of Hull on 26 June 2014.
Date:
18 July 2014

Graham Gee gives evidence at the Lords Constitution Committee

Graham Gee gives evidence at the Lords Constitution Committee
Description
Lecturer in the Law School was invited to give oral evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution as part of its inquiry into the office of Lord Chancellor.
Date:
17 July 2014

Snooping on irregular migrants breaches their human rights – and puts us all at risk

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Birmingham Law School's Dr Rosa Freedman writes for the Conversation
Date:
16 July 2014

UN Human Rights Council keeps up its bad form on LGBT rights

UN Human Rights Council keeps up its bad form on LGBT rights
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Rosa Freedman writes for the Conversation (with Camilla Barker, University of Oxford)
Date:
04 July 2014
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