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In his recent working paper Dave Allen highlights the substantial differences in the way that university degree calculations can be made. The algorithms UK universities use to calculate a student’s final degree outcome can be complex and sometimes (More)
Alison Coleman-Smith wrote: Are we heading for another economic crash?
Dr Susan Newman, Senior Lecturer in Economics, is interviewed by State of Nature State of Nature, the blog dedicated to interviews with leading thinkers in social and political theory, interviewed Dr Newman in January. Here she responds to the quest (More)
The Annual Conference of the Socio-Legal Scholars Association is one of the high points of the legal academic calendar and this year UWE’s Centre for Applied Legal Research (CALR) will be out in force showcasing current research. Bristol University (More)
Alison Coleman-Smith wrote: The Social Costs of Offshore Finance
Dr Mary Alice Young interview - The Paradise Papers The Centre for Applied Legal Research's Dr Mary Alice Young was interviewed this month by Luke Vargas, from the U.N Headquarters in New York. The subject was the Paradise Papers and the radio inte (More)
In November, Professor Emily Reid from Southampton Law School gave a guest talk entitled "Securing the Future of the World Trade Organisation". Read the recap of the talk below: For more than the last decade the WTO and ‘globalisation’ has bee (More)
Alison Coleman-Smith wrote: January 31 - Cryptocurrency Tax D-day
Dr Clare Jones,  Associate Professor in Law, examines tax implications of digital currencies For those of us that complete a tax return for HM Revenue and Customs, the 31st January comes around very quickly each year. Previously those who have inve (More)
Alison Coleman-Smith wrote: Policing Conference - "Taming the Wicked"
Prof. Phil Rumney and Duncan McPhee have been invited to speak at a policing conference hosted by Canterbury Christ Church University in June 2018. They will discuss findings from a two-year police evaluation that examined the performance of a specia (More)
2018 Environmental Law Student Conference The Environmental Law Unit invites UWE students to organise and take part in this important Conference. Now in its 4th year the event will take place at the University of Swansea on 14 March 2018 an (More)
Alison Coleman-Smith wrote: Future of the Commons
Elena Blanco, Associate Professor of International Economic Law, would like to invite you to take part in a roundtable event on the “Commons” organized by the Environmental Law Research Unit at Bristol Law School, UWE on 28th February 2018, 1-6pm (More)
Anna Jones wrote: Wandering about Bristol
Throughout 2015 – 2017, Senior Lecturer Pam Seanor has been working on the Wandering about Bristol project. Wandering about Bristol is a Small Research Grant for the project ‘Thinking urban spaces differently: Articulating and contesting “gr (More)
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