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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

'One of Us' petition marks a sinister mobilisation of the pro-life movement in Europe

'One of Us' petition marks a sinister mobilisation of the pro-life movement in Europe
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Sheelagh McGuinness writes for the Conversation (with Professor Heather Widdows)
Date:
01 July 2014

Abortion Privacy/Abortion Secrecy - What's the Difference and Why Does It Matter?

Abortion Privacy/Abortion Secrecy - What's the Difference and Why Does It Matter?
Description
Professor Sanger visits Birmingham Law School.
Date:
28 May 2014

Dr Luca Rubini speaks in Geneva

Dr Luca Rubini speaks in Geneva
Description
Birmingham Law School academic and deputy director of the Institute of European Law invited to speak to the trade and diplomatic community.
Date:
16 May 2014

Sophie Boyron cited in House of Commons Report

Sophie Boyron cited in House of Commons Report
Description
Senior Lecturer at Birmingham Law School cited repeatedly in the recently released report of the House of Commons Political and Constitutional Committee on The Constitutional Role of the Judiciary if there were a Codified Constitution.
Date:
16 May 2014

The NHS Abortion Hurdle Race Continues

The NHS Abortion Hurdle Race Continues
Description
Birmingham Law School's Professor Marie Fox and Dr Sheelagh McGuinness write for the Birmingham Perspective.
Date:
15 May 2014

Malcolm Harbour MEP to deliver keynote address at the Reforming the EU conference

Malcolm Harbour MEP to deliver keynote address at the Reforming the EU conference
Description
The Institute is pleased to announce that Malcolm Harbour MEP will deliver the keynote address at the opening panel of the IEL conference Reforming the EU: The Future of European Law and Policy IV. Malcolm is MEP for the West Midlands.
Date:
13 May 2014

Botched executions show there's no such thing as humane capital punishment

Botched executions show there's no such thing as humane capital punishment
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Bharat Malkani writes for The Conversation. Dr Malkani teaches Human Rights and Criminal Justice and the Death Penalty modules on the Birmingham LLM programmes. He also runs the Birmingham Law School Pro Bono Group, which provides free legal services for members of the local community.
Date:
07 May 2014

LLM student wins Birmingham Postgraduate Mooting Cup

LLM student wins Birmingham Postgraduate Mooting Cup
Description
Richard Murtagh, student on our LLM in International Law: Crime, Justice and Human Rights, won the Law School's postgraduate mooting competition
Date:
17 April 2014

Dr Rosa Freedman writes about the UK's first Female Genital Mutilation prosecution for the Conversation

Dr Rosa Freedman writes about the UK's first Female Genital Mutilation prosecution for the Conversation
Description
"Britain's first FGM prosecution is all too politically convenient". Dr Freedman is a lecturer in Law at the University of Birmingham specialising in International Human Rights.
Date:
14 April 2014
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