Faculty of Business and Law wrote: National Pro Bono Week
  Author: Marcus Keppel-Palmer, Associate Head of Department, Pro Bono  This week is National Pro Bono week running from 6th to 10th November. This is the 16th annual National Pro Bono Week and is sponsored by the Law Society, Bar Council and (More)
Bristol Law School had great successes at the annual Bristol Law Society Awards with a UWE student winning Student of the Year and the LiP Service team winning Team of the Year. Brooke Lewis (LLB) won Student of the Year from a shortlist made entirel (More)
  Professor Lukumon Oyedele was invited to give the Keynote Speech at the CIMA Regional Conference: "Reflect, re-plan and respond" which was held at Celtic Manor on Friday 6th October. Professor Oyedele attended the conference alongside Debbi (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Pro Bono work at the Bristol Law School
Original post taken from the Research, Business and Innovation blog . Author: Jeremy Allen  Whilst at UWE Bristol, students studying within the Bristol Law School and Bristol Business School have the opportunity to get involved in a variety of proj (More)
Bristol Business School and Bristol Law School invite you to their Research Showcase on Wednesday 11 October at the Bristol Business School. The showcase will celebrate the breadth of research within both schools in Leadership, Operations, Economic (More)
It comes as no surprise that Dr Marie Mulvey-Roberts’ shelves house an abundance of books, given that she is a Professor in English Literature at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), and specialises in Gothic literature. Included in (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Too Much Monkey Business?
The “Monkey selfie” case took another turn this week with news that a settlement had been reached between local Forest of Dean photographer, David Slater, and the pressure group PETA, People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Marcus Keppel-Pal (More)
In the past few years the concept of citizenship has been a growing subject of studies in law and politics. The distinction between nationality and citizenship, the rights and duties of nationals and citizens, EU citizenship, etc have attracted consi (More)