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Dr Luca Rubini submits an amicus curiae brief in WTO renewable energy subsidy litigation

Dr Luca Rubini submits an amicus curiae brief in WTO renewable energy subsidy litigation
Description
On 12 March 2013 Dr Luca Rubini submitted an amicus curiae brief to the Appellate Body of the WTO, in the context of the pending Canada – Renewable Energy/FIT disputes (DS 412, DS426). In this high-profile case the Appellate Body is called to clarify key concepts of the definition of subsidy, in some cases for the first time, and develop its existing jurisprudence.
Date:
13 March 2013

Just published: Dr Rosa Freedman, The UN Human Rights Council - A critique and early assessment

Just published: Dr Rosa Freedman, The UN Human Rights Council - A critique and early assessment
Description
The latest book by Dr Rosa Freedman, lecturer at Birmingham Law School and expert in International Human Rights Law, was published this week by Routledge as part of its Research in Human Rights series.
Date:
06 March 2013

Graham Gee on the impeachment of the Chief Justice of Sri Lanka

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Birmingham Law School's Graham Gee recently participated in a seminar panel on the impeachment of the Chief Justice of Sri Lanka.
Date:
01 March 2013

Birmingham Law School to Visit Canada

Birmingham Law School to Visit Canada
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Birmingham Law School will be visiting Canada between the 15-23 March to talk to students interested in LLB and LLM programmes at the University of Birmingham
Date:
01 March 2013

Recently published: Professor Andrew Sanders, Bioethics, Medicine and the Criminal Law

Recently published: Professor Andrew Sanders, Bioethics, Medicine and the Criminal Law
Description
At the end of January Cambridge University Press published the latest work by Birmingham Law School's Professor Andrew Sanders, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology and currently Head of School.
Date:
24 February 2013

CEPLER announces its involvement in a funded research study with the School of Education

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The Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research is pleased to announce it has been awarded funding for Dr Julian Lonbay's input into a three year study led by the School of Education
Date:
15 February 2013

Professor Trybus at EBRD and UNCITRAL procurement event in London

Professor Trybus at EBRD and UNCITRAL procurement event in London
Description
In January 2013 Professor Martin Trybus (Birmingham Professor of European Law and Policy) contributed to a conference on the UNCITRAL Model Law on Public Procurement jointly organised by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) at the EBRD headquarters in London.
Date:
15 February 2013

Graham Gee on judicial appointments

Description
Birmingham Law lecturer writes for the UK Constitutional Group Blog on the topic of "Who should have the final say in lower level judicial appointments?"
Date:
07 February 2013

Dr Rosa Freedman blogs for the Huffington Post

Description
Birmingham Law School International Human Rights Lecturer writes on the topic of "Israel's Move Could Topple UN's House of Cards"
Date:
06 February 2013

Just published: Sophie Boyron's new book on the Constitution of France

Description
Birmingham Law School is delighted to announce the publication of Sophie Boyron's book "The Constitution of France: A Contextual Analysis". The book is published by Hart as part of its highly prestigious and successful "Constitutional Systems of the World" series.
Date:
04 February 2013
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