News - Birmingham Law School

Focus group for Cabinet Office on public procurement after Brexit

Focus group for Cabinet Office on public procurement after Brexit

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Professor Martin Trybus and ´╗┐Dr Luke Butler were invited to the event hosted by the Public Procurement Research Group at the University of Nottingham
Date:
Friday 9 August 2019

UK doing more than any other country to end scourge of modern slavery

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Whilst the UK has taken steps to combat the scourge of modern slavery, the mechanisms introduced 'lack teeth'. Dr Meghan Campbell speaks to The Telegraph.
Date:
Monday 5 August 2019
Commission for Countering Extremism publishes University of Birmingham paper on extremism

Commission for Countering Extremism publishes University of Birmingham paper on extremism

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A peer-reviewed academic paper from the University of Birmingham has been included in a series of eight released by the Independent Commission for Countering Extremism today.
Date:
Wednesday 31 July 2019
The Burden of Memory

The Burden of Memory

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Professor Janine Natalya Clark writes her latest story from the field.
Date:
Friday 26 July 2019

EUTIP Project Meeting and Supervisory Board in Zurich

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EUTIP is an EU-funded network of 15 Early Career Researchers and their supervisors across 11 institutions in 7 countries researching the EU Trade and Investment Policy led by Professor Martin Trybus.
Date:
Friday 26 July 2019

Exclusive Zones, LGBTQI Equality and Sex Education

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Throughout this week and the next, the Birmingham High Court will consider the temporary injunction currently in place that creates an exclusion zone against protests at Anderton Primary School.
Date:
Thursday 25 July 2019
CEPLER Awards and Law School Prizes 2019

CEPLER Awards and Law School Prizes 2019

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Birmingham Law School and the Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research celebrate outstanding student achievement by announcing the 2019 award winners.
Date:
Tuesday 23 July 2019
We must do more to prevent women being 'lost to the law'

We must do more to prevent women being 'lost to the law'

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Linden Thomas writes for The Law Society Gazette.
Date:
Monday 22 July 2019
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