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By Harry Muir, Third Year LLB student  Earth is at the precipice of an environmental catastrophe that could result in the mass extinction of life as we know it.[1] Yet, corporate and government leaders are still committing and condoning acts (More)
In October 2022, Dr Tom Smith published the first of a two-part series of articles examining how the experience and engagement of neurodivergent individuals (for example, those who are autistic or have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (More)
By Marcus Liedtke, member of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group The recent Glasgow climate conference (COP 26) once again highlighted that the international community falls far short of its ambitious collective goals set out (More)
Guest blog by Karl Brown FRSA, UWE Bristol Law alum and Faculty Advisory Board member. I am a Commercial Property Partner in the Bristol office of national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP. I am proud to not only be Bristol born and bred but also ver (More)
Guest blog by Christina Schroeder, member of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group The UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26) took place from 31 October to 12 November 2021, with more than 120 world leaders and over 40, (More)
Blog by Dr. Felix Nana Kofi Ofori, REACT Humanitarian Network, Oxford, UK. Former PhD student, Bristol Law School, UWE Bristol. Human well-being, now and in the future, depends on a healthy environment characterised by access to safe sanitation i (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Alumni spotlight: Choo Dee Wei
Guest blog by LLB alumni, Choo Dee Wei. I commenced the LLB (Hons) degree with HELP in 2001. It was a twinning-programme with UWE Bristol. My final year i.e. my 3rd year was in UWE itself. This was in 2003. Thereafter I undertook the Bar Vocation (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: BBS | BLS Online Christmas Fair 2021
Welcome to the 2021 Bristol Business School | Bristol Law School online Christmas fair. After the success of our virtual fair last year, we have decided to keep up the tradition and encourage everyone to shop small and local. Luckily, this year w (More)
By Christina Schroeder, LLM Student, Member of Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group. Climate change and how to combat it is an omnipresent issue. Whereas in the past climate change and its consequences were talked down, they are n (More)
By Johanna Reichel, Second Year, LL.B. Programme. With only nine years left until climate change becomes irreversible,[1] stopping or slowing it down becomes increasingly crucial every day. One judicial instrument among others to combat climate (More)