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Women's Experiences of Using Specialised Courts for Violence Against Women: Lessons and Recommendations from Ecuador

Women's Experiences of Using Specialised Courts for Violence Against Women: Lessons and Recommendations from Ecuador
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Institute of Global Innovation report by an international team of researchers including Birmingham Law School's Professor Kate Bedford
Date:
19/06/2020

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill 2019-20: Patient safety must be the priority

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill 2019-20: Patient safety must be the priority
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Birmingham Law School's Muireann Quigley, Jean McHale, Rachael Dickson and Laura Downey comment as the committee stage of the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill 2019-20 resumes
Date:
09/06/2020

The Clinical Legal Education Handbook

The Clinical Legal Education Handbook
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Co-edited by Linden Thomas, Senior Lecturer, Solicitor and CEPLER Manager at Birmingham Law School
Date:
03/06/2020

Lawtech Products "may need direct regulation"

Lawtech Products "may need direct regulation"
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Professor Lisa Webley, Head of BLS speaks with the Legal Services Board podcast "Talking Tech"
Date:
03/06/2020

Hong Kong: how China's new national security law subverts the territory's cherished rule of law

Hong Kong: how China's new national security law subverts the territory's cherished rule of law
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Professor Carol Jones writes for The Conversation
Date:
03/06/2020

Minorities and the Making of Postcolonial States in International Law

Minorities and the Making of Postcolonial States in International Law
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Professor Mohammad Shahabuddin writes for Third World Approaches to International Law Review
Date:
15/05/2020

The future of patient safety in the NHS after COVID-19

The future of patient safety in the NHS after COVID-19
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The NHS should apply the same good resolve, commitment and resources that it has shown in dealing with COVID 19 to the NHS patient safety problem. writes Birmingham Law School's John Tingle
Date:
12/05/2020

COVID-19 and clinical negligence litigation, law reform

COVID-19 and clinical negligence litigation, law reform
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"We need to resist calls to give legal immunity from clinical negligence claims to doctors and others during the COVID-19 pandemic" writes Birmingham Law School's John Tingle for the Birmingham Perspective
Date:
06/05/2020

Professor Sylvie Delacroix appointed Mozilla Fellow

Professor Sylvie Delacroix appointed Mozilla Fellow
Description
Fellows will examine how to design AI with privacy, transparency, and well-being as key considerations
Date:
28/04/2020

Paper co-authored by Aleksandra Čavoški slams EU pesticide risk assessment practices.

Paper co-authored by Aleksandra Čavoški slams EU pesticide risk assessment practices.
Description
Failings could seriously undermine "green recovery" from COVID19
Date:
22/04/2020
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