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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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28 July 2022
Birmingham Law School is pleased to announce a generous GREAT Scholarship available to our Chinese applicants studying a one-year postgraduate programme.
27 July 2022
Influence of fake news is undermining public trust in democratic institutions, regardless of whether people believe it or not, new research finds.
25 July 2022
A new exhibition, 'Everything to Everybody: Your Shakespeare, Your Culture' has launched at the Library of Birmingham and will be open until November 2022.
22 July 2022
University of Birmingham Professor Emeritus Valerie Rumbold has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy.
Introducing "We God's People: Christianity, Islam and Hinduism in the World of Nations" by Jocelyne Cesari, Professor of Religion and Politics at Birmingham
14 July 2022
Professor Martin Trybus and his PhD student Xinyue Xue delivered a presentation at the Public Procurement Conference (Global Revolution XI)
University Music were delighted to return to regular music-making this year following an unprecedented two years of musical absence during the pandemic.
28 June 2022
An old suitcase filled with letters and photographs has inspired an exhibition on what life was like for children in Manchester in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Restrictive abortion law neither stops abortion nor alleviates women’s need for it, but exposes people to dangers associated with seeking unlawful abortion.
27 June 2022
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the recently published bill on human rights
21 June 2022
In a recent interview with Der Spiegel, Professor Uekotter discusses calls for Germany to return to nuclear power.
20 June 2022
Birmingham Law School's John Tingle writes about the NHS concept of patient safety "never events"
A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library