For almost a century Birmingham Law School has led the way in legal education and research. Today, we continue to provide our students with innovative, challenging, and research-driven education. We are a truly global, civic and diverse community reflected through our staff and students who have important impacts around the world through research, teaching and enterprise.
Birmingham Law School Ph.D. students Chikaodili Dimazoro-Okeke, Xinyue Xue and Natalia Spataru attended the 10th Public Procurement Research Students Conference
Birmingham Law School Research Blog's latest edition of Research Spotlight
Peter Coe considers why sections 194 and 195 of the Act, which were introduced to tackle SLAPPs that feature economic crimes, are potentially problematic.
Also in 'Birmingham Law School'