College of Arts and Law

Undergraduate study

Delivering high quality programmes underpinned by inter-professional learning.

Postgraduate study

We encourage creative thinking at Masters and Doctoral levels, via different modes of study.

Research

Links to research centres, department research and our latest research awards.

NEWS

Birmingham Law School Celebrate Three Grant Successes

Birmingham Law School Celebrate Three Grant Successes
Description
The Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Centre in Technology Metals | Covid-19 Review Observatory | Removing the rights from the vulnerable: the impact of COVID-19 Social Care 'easements'

Right To A Better World

Right To A Better World
Description
Documentary series co-produced by Dr Meghan Campbell, UN, WHO, and the Oxford Human Rights Hub.

The Rights for Time Network Plus

The Rights for Time Network Plus
Description
A four-year interdisciplinary AHRC Global Challenges Research Fund project that is commissioning research about humanitarian protection.

EVENTS

Q&A with Lynn Festa (Rutgers)

Q&A with Lynn Festa (Rutgers)
Date
02/12/2020
Description
Q&A with Lynn Festa (Rutgers) and staff and students at CECS and BECC.

Writing and righting: a discussion about the importance of writing, literature and human rights

Writing and righting: a discussion about the importance of writing, literature and human rights
Date
03/12/2020
Description
Join our distinguished panel of writers, academics and cultural commentators to discuss and to launch the publication of Lyndsey Stonebridge's new collection of essays, Writing and Righting (Oxford University Press).

Heroes Story Writing Competition

Heroes Story Writing Competition
Date
04/12/2020
Description
The University of Birmingham and the NLT are jointly running a Story Writing Competition. Following on from the 'How to write a female villain' competition in 2019, this year's topic is 'Heroes and Heroines'.
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Everything to Everybody

A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library