News - Birmingham Law School

Immunity, Derogation and the ILC

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Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili comments on the conclusions recently adopted on peremptory norms by the UN International Law Commission (ILC).
21 September 2022

State Immunity and Statutory Exceptions: the High Court v the International Court?

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Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the High Court judgment on State immunity in Al-Masasir v Saudi Arabia, and legal and policy challenges arising from it”.
21 September 2022

Set up for failure? Reflections on the sustainability of long-term debt repayment solutions

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Dr Katharina Möser elaborates on some of the points made in her response to the HM Treasury, Open Consultation August 2022
21 September 2022

The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Conference Report

Speakers at the EU-UL Trade and Cooperation Agreement conference held at Birmingham Law School
This conference was the eighth instalment of “The Future of European Law and Policy” biannual conference series which has been organised by the IEL since 2008.
02 September 2022

Re-nationalising but not necessarily re-legitimating the Probation Service

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Dr Sam Cole discusses recent reforms to the Probation Service in England & Wales, and the importance of legitimacy in facilitating desistance from crime.
02 September 2022

The UK’s Rwandan Refugee Plan is Postcolonialism in Action

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Sean Madden writes for Birmingham Blogs
11 August 2022

The GREAT Scholarship with Birmingham Law School

Sijia Jiang posing behind a hedge with a colourful leafy background
Birmingham Law School is pleased to announce a generous GREAT Scholarship available to our Chinese applicants studying a one-year postgraduate programme.
28 July 2022

Empowering Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Public Procurement

Delegates at the Nottingham Conference
Professor Martin Trybus and his PhD student Xinyue Xue delivered a presentation at the Public Procurement Conference (Global Revolution XI)
14 July 2022

Right to abortion is critical in exercising rights that allow human flourishing

Women holding placards protesting for legal abortion
Restrictive abortion law neither stops abortion nor alleviates women’s need for it, but exposes people to dangers associated with seeking unlawful abortion.
28 June 2022

Far more than “limited and specific”: The Government’s Bill of Rights and international law

Gravel, scales and law books
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the recently published bill on human rights
27 June 2022

Patient Safety Never Events in the NHS

A hospital patient's hand, holding the hand of a loved one
Birmingham Law School's John Tingle writes about the NHS concept of patient safety "never events"
20 June 2022

Now in paperback: International Law and International Politics by Alexander Orakhelashvili

Cover of the book "International Law and International Politics - Foundations of Interdisciplinary Analysis" by Alexander Orakhelashvili
Latest work by Birmingham Law School expert in international law is available this month (June 2022) in paperback from Edward Elgar.
15 June 2022
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