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State of emergency: how different countries are invoking extra powers to stop the coronavirus

State of emergency: how different countries are invoking extra powers to stop the coronavirus
Description
Alan Greene writing for The Conversation.
Date:
31/03/2020

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill 2019-20

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill 2019-20
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BLS academics share their research and policy recommendations ahead of the Bill's second reading in Parliament.
Date:
28/02/2020

Trybus at colloquium in Lyon

Description
Institute of European Law Director Professor Martin Trybus contributed with a paper on "Le in-house en Allemagne" to a roundtable on the in-house exception.
Date:
17/02/2020

IEL Annual Lecture 2019: Professor Mary Footer

IEL Annual Lecture 2019: Professor Mary Footer
Description
Report on Professor Footer's lecture "The Retreat from Multilateralism and the Challenges of Global Economic Governance from an EU Perspective" on 10 December 2019
Date:
31/01/2020

Project Meeting of EUTIP Network in Paris

Project Meeting of EUTIP Network in Paris
Description
'EUTIP' hosted at the Paris School of Economics
Date:
30/01/2020

City firms risk breaking rules with onshore centres

City firms risk breaking rules with onshore centres
Description
Article at Legal Futures discussing recent research by Birmingham Senior Lecturer Emily Carroll. The paper, published in the journal Legal Ethics, is the only empirical work on onshoring to date.
Date:
17/01/2020

Call for Papers: Reimagining the Teaching of Torts

Call for Papers: Reimagining the Teaching of Torts
Description
Call for Papers: Birmingham Law School hosts a one-day workshop focusing on Reimagining the Teaching of Torts.
Date:
12/12/2019

Enhancing Patient Safety Education and Training through Legal Study

Enhancing Patient Safety Education and Training through Legal Study
Description
John Tingle's latest blog post for Harvard Law's 'Bill of Health'
Date:
11/12/2019

Cybersecurity and the UK Election: How Current Cyber Laws are Making the UK Less Safe

Cybersecurity and the UK Election: How Current Cyber Laws are Making the UK Less Safe
Description
Dr John Child writes for the Birmingham Perspective
Date:
09/12/2019

Intersectional Barriers Hindering the Effectiveness of the UK's Draft Domestic Abuse Bill, 2019

Intersectional Barriers Hindering the Effectiveness of the UK's Draft Domestic Abuse Bill, 2019
Description
LLM student Sumaiyah Kholwadia writes for the Oxford Human Rights Hub blog
Date:
09/12/2019
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