As 2017 comes to a close we want to share with you some of our highlights from the past year:
Back in January we launched our new Research Centres and groups.
In February, we helped alumnus Jeremiah Daliel’s launch his first book, inspired by his real life experiences.
Back in March, our Pro Bono team helped young entrepreneurs to open a new recording studio.
Also in March we hosted a Distinguished Professorial Address with Professor Michael Dougan titled “The UK outwith the EU and the EU without the UK’”
In April, we moved into our new £55 million building which is now home to the Bristol Law School and the Bristol Business School.
We invited our alumni to be some of the first to visit the building at a networking event in May.
In May we also shared news of a successful year for the Bristol Law School and Bristol Business Pro Bono Business Advice Clinic.
One of our Bristol Law School alumni was elected Sheriff of the City and Corporation of London in July.
Also over the summer, Dr Zainab Kahn visited Amman, Jordan to work with partnership institutions to engage international students in postgraduate roles here at UWE.
In October, a Bristol Law School student won Student of the Year at the Bristol Law Society Awards. The LiP Service team, made up of Bristol Law School, University of Law and University of Bristol students won team of the year.
In November, as part of national pro bono week, we shared a roundup of all the great work pro bono work we do at the Bristol Law School.
Also in November, Financial Crime expert, Professor Nic Ryder provided a commentary on the Paradise Papers.
To see more of our highlights from 2017 visit our blog. Roll on 2018!