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Bitcoin Ownership and its Impact on Fungibility

Bitcoin Ownership and its Impact on Fungibility
Description
Birmingham Law School's Tatiana Cutts, who recently organised our successful conference on 'Controlling Crypto-currencies,' writes for the Coindesk blog.
Date:
19 June 2015

Birmingham Law School celebrates 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta

Birmingham Law School celebrates 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta
Description
On Thursday 18 June 2015 the High Sheriff of the West Midlands, Jonnie Turpie MBE, hosted a reception in the University's Bramall Music Building to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. Speakers included Canon Chris Pullin, Chancellor of Hereford Cathedral and custodian of one of the 1217 editions of the Magna Carta, and Joshua Rozenberg, the country's leading legal journalist and presenter of BBC Radio 4's Law in Action.
Date:
19 June 2015

Jean McHale on Advertisements for Cosmetic Surgery and Beauty Practices

Jean McHale on Advertisements for Cosmetic Surgery and Beauty Practices
Description
Centre for Health Law, Science and Policy director and Professor of Health Care Law at Birmingham Law School writes for the 'Beauty Demands' blog.
Date:
19 June 2015

Controlling Crypto-currencies conference: Video archive

Controlling Crypto-currencies conference: Video archive
Description
The videos of our Controlling Crypto-currencies conference, held on 12 June at Birmingham Law School, are now available to watch.
Date:
11 June 2015

#365Frauen: Dr Marianne Wade

#365Frauen: Dr Marianne Wade
Description
Birmingham Law School academic included in the #365Frauen project of the Austrian Minister for Education and Women. The project presents extraordinary women in social media.
Date:
22 May 2015

International Human Rights Keynote in Brussels

International Human Rights Keynote in Brussels
Description
Dr Vidya Kumar, Lecturer in Law at Birmingham Law School, gave a keynote speech at the 'Getting Closure: Human Rights after Human Rights' conference in May hosted at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB).
Date:
22 May 2015

New publication on Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Law

New publication on Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Law
Description
Professor Jean McHale, Director of the Centre for Health Law Science and Policy has co-edited "The Routledge Handbook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Law" .
Date:
21 May 2015

Headline: "Challenges of Transnational Investigations" Conference Papers Published

Headline: "Challenges of Transnational Investigations" Conference Papers Published
Description
Papers resulting from the "Challenges of Transnational Investigations" conference hosted by the Institute of Judicial Administration in 2013 have now been published in the European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.
Date:
14 May 2015

New Financial Architecture for the Eurozone: what might it mean for the UK?

New Financial Architecture for the Eurozone: what might it mean for the UK?
Description
Birmingham Law School's Professor of Financial Law and Regulation, Joanna Gray, introduces some of the issues that may underlie the BREXIT question at European Financial Regulation conference
Date:
13 May 2015

New CEPLER Working Papers

New CEPLER Working Papers
Description
The theme of diversity and inclusion in the Legal profession is explored in two new CEPLER Working Papers.
Date:
23 April 2015
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