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Law Alumna makes history within the European Union Institutions

Law Alumna makes history within the European Union Institutions
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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
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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
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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

New report argues for whole prison approach to reduce violence

New report argues for whole prison approach to reduce violence
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Prison Bullying and Victimisation report published.
Date:
28 September 2015

LNAT Admissions Test to be phased out at University of Birmingham

LNAT Admissions Test to be phased out at University of Birmingham
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Information about Birmingham's use of the LNAT admissions test
Date:
10 September 2015

2015 Annual Student Prizes

2015 Annual Student Prizes
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Congratulations to this year's student prizewinners.
Date:
19 August 2015

New alumna profile: Joanna Kay

New alumna profile: Joanna Kay
Description
Joanna Kay graduated with a Law degree in 2001. She is now a partner at Stowe Family Law.
Date:
13 August 2015

Jean McHale on children, cosmetic surgery and perfectionism

Jean McHale on children, cosmetic surgery and perfectionism
Description
Birmingham Professor of Health Law writes for the BeautyDemands research network blog
Date:
11 August 2015

Graham Gee's research cited in House of Lords debate

Graham Gee's research cited in House of Lords debate
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On 7 July, the main conclusions of a book co-authored by Graham Gee, a Senior Lecturer in the Law School, were cited in a debate in the House of Lords on the office of Lord Chancellor.
Date:
30 July 2015
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