News - Birmingham Law School

General Election 2024: Cheating and the misuse of inside information in gambling – what the law says

Man in a suit putting an ace up his sleeve
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Professor Kate Bedford explains what the law says about cheating and the misuse of inside information in gambling.
Date:
21 June 2024

The global patient safety problem

Drone shot of main campus
Description:
John Tingle argues unsafe health care is a global as well as a national NHS problem.
Date:
17 June 2024

Penal violence against women and the punishment of care work beyond prison walls

Aston Webb building
Description:
Dr Silvana Tapia Tapia discusses penal violence in the context of care work provided to incarcerated people.
Date:
17 June 2024

General Election 2024: The Conservative homicide sentencing policy ignores prison overcrowding

Gavel being banged.
Description:
John Child, Professor of Criminal Law, explains some of the more controversial aspects of the Conservative's pledges on homicide sentencing.
Date:
07 June 2024

The urgent need to remodel the NHS Constitution for England

Professor John Tingle
Description:
Professor John Tingle discusses NHS Constitution
Date:
06 June 2024

Sustainability of buying and international trade law

Natalia Spataru
Description:
Discover Natalia Spataru’s research in international trade law
Date:
06 June 2024

Birmingham Law School students win prestigious moot competition

Four students stand with a winner certificate in the European Court of Human Rights
Description:
The ELSA Helga Pedersen Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Strasbourg.
Date:
05 June 2024

Admission of States to International Organisations: Latest Cases of Palestine and Kosovo

The Main Library, Edgbaston campus.
Description:
Professor Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses latest bids by Palestine and Kosovo to join international organisations.
Date:
20 May 2024

Patient Safety Rights in the NHS in England

Aston Webb Building
Description:
John Tingle and Angela Eggleton discuss patient safety rights.
Date:
13 May 2024

Call for papers: International Writing Workshops on Access to Justice in Southeast Asia

Students walking through the arches of Birmingham Law School
Description:
A call for papers for the upcoming event on access to justice in Southeast Asia, from Dr Georgia Antonopoulou
Date:
10 May 2024

You are OK for now, but we are watching you

Professor Alexander Orakhelashvili
Description:
Professor Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the International Court's latest Order in Nicaragua v Germany
Date:
08 May 2024

US Inflation Reduction Act: Yet Another Green Industrial Policy on Trial at the WTO

The Law School building
Description:
Dr Henok Asmelash discusses the consistency of the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) with the WTO legal framework and its possible implications.
Date:
22 April 2024
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