News - Birmingham Law School

Human Rights and 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar

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As the hotly anticipated FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar, Dr Jason Haynes explores the scrutiny of the gulf state and FIFA about human rights violations
Date:
17 November 2022

Under the pretence of treaty interpretation: arbitral award on Green Power

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Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili critiques the award by SCC arbitral tribunal in the Green Power case.
Date:
14 November 2022

The Carceral State vs Indigenous Women's Lives

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Dr Meghan Campbell discusses the Canadian Supreme Court’s decision in R v Sharma and its potential impact on Canadian equality laws
Date:
08 November 2022

Contract Law: Going, going, gone?

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In this post on the Birmingham Law School Research blog Dr Catherine Mitchell discusses the modern dynamics of English contract law
Date:
08 November 2022

Patient safety challenges in the NHS

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Birmingham Law School's John Tingle reviews three NHS patient safety reports published in recent months.
Date:
04 November 2022

Professor called to give expert evidence to UK Parliament Justice Select Committee

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Description:
Dr Peter Coe attended Strasbourg as the UK's representative on the Council of Europe’s Committee of Experts on Strategic Lawsuits against Public Participation.
Date:
31 October 2022

Do-It-Yourself Diabetes Technology and the Law

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New paper: #WeAreNotWaiting DIY Artificial Pancreas Systems and the Challenges for the Law
Date:
24 October 2022

Causation in International Law

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Description:
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili’s tenth book, Causation in International Law, has been published by Edward Elgar Publishers.
Date:
20 October 2022

Fiona de Londras appointed to the Independent Commission on UK Public Health Emergency Powers

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Birmingham’s Professor of Global Legal Studies has been appointed as a Commissioner to the Independent Commission on UK Public Health Emergency Powers.
Date:
14 October 2022

Minister praises Midlands tech students as part of AI scholarship drive

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Description:
A government minister has praised the achievements of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science students and graduates at two UK universities.
Date:
13 October 2022

Sea-less seafood: How intellectual property law can help to create a sustainable blue economy

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Description:
Lab-grown food is an area fraught with challenges that intellectual property law can help to overcome in creating a sustainable blue economy.
Date:
12 October 2022

Discussing ‘Habitual Ethics?' With author and Birmingham academic Sylvie Delacroix

Law School Building on the University campus
Description:
Introducing ‘Habitual Ethics?’ by Sylvie Delacroix, Professor in Law, and Ethics at Birmingham.
Date:
11 October 2022
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