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The College of Arts and Law is placed 67th in the Times Higher Education 2022 rankings, making it one of the best places for study and research in this field globally.
"Dobbs does not constitute the end of these efforts to restrict access to legal abortion. We can now expect to see campaigns for state-level laws that would significantly limit access to abortion even in very early pregnancy."
The School has climbed 71 places in the Times Higher Education 2022 rankings, making it one of the top law schools in the world.
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18 November 2022
Professor of European Law and Policy and Director of Birmingham Institute of European Law spoke at online event.
17 November 2022
Patterns of Russian war crimes in Ukraine are becoming clear, but bringing those responsible to justice will not be easy.
As the hotly ancitipated FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar, Dr Jason Haynes explores the scrutiny of the gulf state and FIFA about human rights violations
16 November 2022
Frank Uekötter is Professor of Environmental Humanities at the University of Birmingham and he discussed his work on monocultures with Sebastian Garcia.
14 November 2022
The Shakespeare Institute is delighted to announce the award of two new Fellowships for deserving research students.
Award-winning British writer Bernardine Evaristo gave this year’s University of Birmingham Baggs Memorial Happiness lecture.
The UK has the largest video game sector in Europe and is becoming one of the UK’s fasted growing creative sectors.
10 November 2022
Last week the Everything to Everybody: Your Shakespeare, Your Culture exhibition ended, what does that mean for the future of the Shakespeare Memorial Library?
08 November 2022
Dr Meghan Campbell discusses the Canadian Supreme Court’s decision in R v Sharma and its potential impact on Canadian equality laws
In this post on the Birmingham Law School Research blog Dr Catherine Mitchell discusses the modern dynamics of English contract law
04 November 2022
Birmingham Law School's John Tingle reviews three NHS patient safety reports published in recent months.
University Music are delighted to report the continued success of music-making on campus as students look forward to concerts this Autumn.
A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library