News - Birmingham Law School

Research Spotlight: Global comparative perspectives on commercial conflict of laws

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Dr Chukwuma Okoli explains how his interest in the commercial conflict of laws has developed
Date:
06 September 2023

Partners take first steps on ‘handbook’ for constitutional democracy in Ukraine

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Description:
A unique new handbook will help scientists, human rights defenders, and legal experts further develop Ukraine as a constitutional democracy.
Date:
01 September 2023

University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Law School

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Description:
The University of Birmingham is delighted to announce that Professor Warren Barr has been appointed as Dean of Birmingham Law School.
Date:
22 August 2023

Research Spotlight: Dr Samantha Schnobel

Dr Sam Schnobel
Description:
The month’s Research Spotlight is on Samantha Schnobel and her work on doctrinal and theoretical approaches to relational obligations in negligence.
Date:
10 August 2023

Roundabouts, groundhog days and patient safety in the NHS

John Tingle
Description:
In this post for the Birmingham Law Research blog John Tingle discusses the circular nature of NHS patient safety policy making.
Date:
08 August 2023

Government’s “Pro-Innovation” AI White Paper unfit for purpose

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Description:
In response to the AI White Paper, Emma Ahmed- Rengers and Professor Karen Yeung explore that the proposed approach to AI regulation is unfit for purpose.
Date:
04 August 2023

University of Birmingham partners on reproductive health research

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Description:
University of Birmingham experts will collaborate on researching policy for reproductive health provision, as part of a new Policy Research Unit.
Date:
01 August 2023

Small and Medium-size Enterprises (SME) and EU Defence Procurement Law

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Description:
Professor Martin Trybus writes for the Birmingham Law School Research Blog
Date:
27 July 2023

Digital technology in government: Over-promised and under-delivered

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Description:
Politicians and tech bosses have spun a ‘Digital Enchantment’ fairytale, which doesn't present a realistic view of digital technology according to new research.
Date:
24 July 2023

No leg to stand on – Why the United States must reconsider its stance on climate reparations

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Description:
The US has said it will not pay climate reparations to countries affected by climate change disasters "under any circumstances".
Date:
21 July 2023

Birmingham Law School announces Kalisher Trust scholarship for 2023/24

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Description:
Birmingham Law School is pleased to announce the Kalisher Trust scholarship is now open for LLM students to apply for funding for 2023 entry.
Date:
13 July 2023

Policymakers must act now on rules for emerging food technologies

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Description:
University of Birmingham expert calls on the UK Government to take action to fill the legislative gaps around food produced with new and novel technologies.
Date:
10 July 2023
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