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Technology can help cure but healing is about more than just focusing on disease

Technology can help cure but healing is about more than just focusing on disease
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Birmingham Law School's Clark Hobson writes for the Conversation.
Date:
29 October 2014

A critical exploration of global public health

A critical exploration of global public health
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Professor Jean McHale and Dr Sheelagh McGuinness have been awarded a grant by the Wellcome Trust to run a conference "A critical exploration of global public health" and to hold a public lecture" Ebola: towards an International Health Systems Fund"
Date:
15 October 2014

The Problems of Travelling to Access Basic Care #repealthe8th

The Problems of Travelling to Access Basic Care #repealthe8th
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Birmingham Law School's Dr Sheelagh McGuinness and Professor Marie Fox write for the Human Rights in Ireland blog.
Date:
14 October 2014

Birmingham PhD student wins Society of Legal Scholars poster prize

Birmingham PhD student wins Society of Legal Scholars poster prize
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Birmingham PhD student Kirsty Moreton named as the joint winner of the prestigious 'Best Poster Prize' at the 2014 annual conference run by the Society of Legal Scholars.
Date:
09 October 2014

Graham Gee speaks at the UK Supreme Court

Graham Gee speaks at the UK Supreme Court
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Birmingham Law School senior lecturer spoke about financial and administrative challenges during the Court's first five years. The seminar marked the fifth anniversary since the Court's creation in 2009 and was attended by senior judges, officials, practitioners and academics.
Date:
08 October 2014

Re-Thinking Medical Law: International workshop on law and ethics comes to Birmingham.

Re-Thinking Medical Law: International workshop on law and ethics comes to Birmingham.
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On 15 September 2014 Birmingham Law School hosted the Ethical Judgments Project Workshop. The project looks at nine important medical law cases in the UK on topics like abortion, IVF, medical negligence, consent to treatment, withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment and assisted dying.
Date:
01 October 2014

Ashya King's story shows the tensions between paediatricians and parents

Ashya King's story shows the tensions between paediatricians and parents
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Birmingham Law School doctoral researcher Joe Brierley writes for the Guardian's Comment is Free
Date:
20 September 2014

Which development studies books should students read?

Which development studies books should students read?
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Latest book by senior lecturer Dr Rosa Freedman, 'Failing to Protect: The UN and the Politicisation of Human Rights' is first on the Guardian's list of recommendations
Date:
10 September 2014

Nazir Afzal OBE Honorary Graduand speech

Nazir Afzal OBE Honorary Graduand speech
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Video of this year's degree congregation speech.
Date:
01 September 2014

50 years since the last execution can the UK help end the death penalty worldwide?

50 years since the last execution can the UK help end the death penalty worldwide?
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Birmingham Law School's Dr Bharat Malkani writes for the Conversation
Date:
13 August 2014
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