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Just published: Research Handbook on Jurisdiction and Immunities in International Law

Just published: Research Handbook on Jurisdiction and Immunities in International Law
Description
New edited collection by Birmingham Law School's Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili
Date:
27 October 2015

Corporate Lawyers: Values, Institutional Logics and Ethics

Corporate Lawyers: Values, Institutional Logics and Ethics
Description
Video recording of Professor Richard Moorhead, University College London, giving the keynote address at the 'Corporate Lawyers and Corporate Clients' symposium which took place in June 2015 at the University of Birmingham. The symposium was part of a three year ESRC funded project led by Dr Steven Vaughan.
Date:
22 October 2015

Independence, Representation and Risk

Independence, Representation and Risk
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Steven Vaughan co-authors SRA report on large commercial law firms and their clients
Date:
19 October 2015

Birmingham Law School Academics Co-ordinate 'Human Rights in Collaboration'

Birmingham Law School Academics Co-ordinate 'Human Rights in Collaboration'
Description
BLS academics on organising committee for nationwide programme of human rights events leading up to International Human Rights Day on 10 December 2015.
Date:
19 October 2015

Call for Papers: More or Less Europe, 2016

Call for Papers: More or Less Europe, 2016
Description
5th Conference on European Law and Policy in Context, 23 – 24 June 2016.
Date:
12 October 2015

Just published: The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law

Just published: The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law
Description
Prestigious Oxford Handbook edited by Birmingham's Barber Professor of Jurisprudence, Anthony Arnull, with Professor Damian Chalmers (LSE)
Date:
12 October 2015

Law Alumna makes history within the European Union Institutions

Law Alumna makes history within the European Union Institutions
Description
Dr Rose M. D'Sa (LLB Law, 1979; Ph.D Law, 1983) has made history by becoming the longest serving female UK member of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), the Brussels-based advisory body that represents civil society.
Date:
06 October 2015

GCHQ's surveillance hasn't proved itself to be worth the cost to human rights

GCHQ's surveillance hasn't proved itself to be worth the cost to human rights
Description
Fiona de Londras, Birmingham Professor of Global Legal Studies, writes for the Conversation
Date:
05 October 2015

Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Lecture Series

Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Lecture Series
Description
Birmingham Law School and the Institute of Judicial Administration announce new lecture series for 2015-16
Date:
30 September 2015

2015 CEPLER National Student Essay Competition launched

Description
The winner receives as iPad, and their essay will be published in the prestigious CEPLER Working Paper Series
Date:
30 September 2015
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