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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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13 October 2022
A government minister has praised the achievements of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science students and graduates at two UK universities.
11 October 2022
Introducing ‘Habitual Ethics?’ by Sylvie Delacroix, Professor in Law, and Ethics at Birmingham.
Professor Janine Natalya Clark’s latest book has just been published open access by Routledge.
Birmingham Law School's Dr Peter Coe blogs his thoughts on SLAPPs and on some of the suggestions that have so far been made to tackle this type of litigation.
07 October 2022
A powerful film charting the experiences of children born of sexual violence during the conflict in Northern Uganda is premiering at the Barbican, London.
06 October 2022
The University of Birmingham is working with the Arts Council Collection to chart its development through a new approach.
04 October 2022
An historic painting with a Shakespeare connection is set to star in a major new US exhibition.
Policy proposals addressing our global clean air challenge have been set out by University of Birmingham experts during the Conservative Party Conference.
03 October 2022
The annual British Association of Victorian Studies (BAVS) conference was held at the University of Birmingham last month, 1-3 September.
On 5 October we welcome award-winning pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason for a recital featuring the long-lost ‘Easter Sonata’ of composer Fanny Mendelssohn.
21 September 2022
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili comments on the conclusions recently adopted on peremptory norms by the UN International Law Commission (ILC).
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the High Court judgment on State immunity in Al-Masasir v Saudi Arabia, and legal and policy challenges arising from it”.
A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library