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Celebrating the Harding Law Library

Celebrating the Harding Law Library
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The Harding Law Library has served the Law School since 1961 and, on the eve of its closure and relocation to the new, state-of-the-art main library, we invited alumni to reminisce with peers, academics, and library staff. The move marks an exciting new phase for the Law School as the development of the space will include new facilities for mooting and advocacy.
Date:
17 August 2016

Top award for Law School alumna

Top award for Law School alumna
Description
Alumna Tiffany Lathe (Undergraduate Diploma, Legal Studies, 2003), Vice President & General Counsel - International at Rackspace, was recently named one of the 'Top 50 Most Powerful Women' working in Technology, by the National Diversity Council. We interviewed Tiffany to find out more about the award and how Birmingham Law School helped to shape her career.
Date:
17 August 2016

CEPLER rise to Birmingham Challenge

CEPLER rise to Birmingham Challenge
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A team of students have won the CEPLER challenge, sponsored by IBM as part of the annual Birmingham Project, for their app that provides an interactive step-by-step guide through the court process. The app, JustEase, was the team's response to the challenge 'how can technology assist with access to justice?'
Date:
17 August 2016

CEPLER and Law School Awards 2016

CEPLER and Law School Awards 2016
Description
At a drinks reception following the graduation ceremony on 7 July, it was our great pleasure to present a number of awards and prizes and here is a list of the worthy recipients:
Date:
29 July 2016

Virtual Currency Regulation in Uganda

Virtual Currency Regulation in Uganda
Description
Birmingham Law School's Dr Maureen Mapp convened first ever round-table discussion on cryptocurrency regulation in Uganda on 7 July 2016 at UNAFRI in Kampala
Date:
14 July 2016

Professor Rosie Harding awarded British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship

Professor Rosie Harding awarded British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship
Description
Professor Rosie Harding has been awarded a prestigious British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship for the academic year 2016–2017 to work on a project entitled Everyday Decisions: Interrogating the interface between mental capacity and legal capacity.
Date:
29 June 2016

Informing, protecting, the role of the law regulating cosmetic procedures concerning children

Informing, protecting, the role of the law regulating cosmetic procedures concerning children
Description
Professor Jean McHale presented paper at the launch of the Policy report of the AHRC Beauty Demands project
Date:
15 June 2016

Success in the Guardian University League Table

Success in the Guardian University League Table
Description
2017 Guardian league table results for the College of Arts and Law.
Date:
01 June 2016

Why Register a Lasting Power of Attorney?

Why Register a Lasting Power of Attorney?
Description
Birmingham Law School's Professor Rosie Harding blogs for Dementia Project as part of Dementia Awareness week.
Date:
20 May 2016

Dr Luca Rubini awarded a British Academy Small Research Grant

Dr Luca Rubini awarded a British Academy Small Research Grant
Description
Grant is for the project 'The Regulation of Subsidies in the World Trade Organisation: A Law, Economics and Political Economy Analysis'.
Date:
06 May 2016
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