News - Birmingham Law School

Immunity, Derogation and the ILC

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

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

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Description:
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”.
Date:
21 September 2022

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

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Description:
Dr Katharina Möser elaborates on some of the points made in her response to the HM Treasury, Open Consultation August 2022
Date:
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
Description:
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.
Date:
02 September 2022

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

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

The UK’s Rwandan Refugee Plan is Postcolonialism in Action

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Description:
Sean Madden writes for Birmingham Blogs
Date:
11 August 2022

The GREAT Scholarship with Birmingham Law School

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Description:
Birmingham Law School is pleased to announce a generous GREAT Scholarship available to our Chinese applicants studying a one-year postgraduate programme.
Date:
28 July 2022

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

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

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

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Description:
Restrictive abortion law neither stops abortion nor alleviates women’s need for it, but exposes people to dangers associated with seeking unlawful abortion.
Date:
28 June 2022

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

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Description:
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the recently published bill on human rights
Date:
27 June 2022

Patient Safety Never Events in the NHS

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Description:
Birmingham Law School's John Tingle writes about the NHS concept of patient safety "never events"
Date:
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
Description:
Latest work by Birmingham Law School expert in international law is available this month (June 2022) in paperback from Edward Elgar.
Date:
15 June 2022
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