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Lords miss the point on the ageing debate

Lords miss the point on the ageing debate
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Article at public-service-co.uk discsses House of Lords Select Committee report Ready for Ageing and the Birmingham Policy Commission, Healthy Ageing in the 21st Century, chaired by Professor Jean McHale
Date:
24 April 2013

Professor Marie Fox's article on Male Circumcision wins 2013 SLSA prize

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Article on Male Circumcision co-authored by Birmingham Law School's Professor of Socio-Legal Studies wins 2013 SLSA Article prize
Date:
17 April 2013

AHRC funds interdisciplinary seminars in Health Law

AHRC funds interdisciplinary seminars in Health Law
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The two events, "Law and Regulation of New Health Technologies: Religion, Faith, belief and the scientific imperative: reconciling the irreconcilable?" and "Conscientious Objection" will feature invited speakers and participants from a range of disciplines and interest groups.
Date:
17 April 2013

Birmingham Law student pro bono work highlighted in the Guardian

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The work of Birmingham FLAG - our student pro bono group is highlighted in an article in the Guardian about the effect of cuts to legal aid on the demand for pro bono services.
Date:
09 April 2013

Professor Jean McHale leads Birmingham Policy Commission: Healthy Ageing in the 21st Century

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Professor of Health Care Law is leading (with Professor Heather Draper) the third Birmingham Policy Commission, which is exploring how good ageing in a multi-cultural society is defined. It will look in particular at how good health in later life can be promoted.
Date:
28 March 2013

Dr Stephen W. Smith's monograph cited by Court of Appeal

Dr Stephen W. Smith's monograph cited by Court of Appeal
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The Court of Appeal cited Birmingham Law lecturer Dr Stephen W. Smith's recent monograph, End-of-Life Decisions in Medical Care this month.
Date:
22 March 2013

University of Birmingham to host the Criminal Bar Association Conference

University of Birmingham to host the Criminal Bar Association Conference
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The University of Birmingham is proud to host the forthcoming Criminal Bar Association 2013 Spring Conference on Saturday 27th April in the prestigious Bramall Building
Date:
22 March 2013

Dr Rosa Freedman writes a guest post for UK Human Rights Blog

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Is rights replication undermining international human rights law?
Date:
21 March 2013

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
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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
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