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
06 September 2023

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

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

University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Law School

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

Research Spotlight: Dr Samantha Schnobel

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

Roundabouts, groundhog days and patient safety in the NHS

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

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

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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.
04 August 2023

University of Birmingham partners on reproductive health research

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Birmingham Law School announces Kalisher Trust scholarship for 2023/24

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

Policymakers must act now on rules for emerging food technologies

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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.
10 July 2023
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