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The following post is part of a series of blogs ahead of the Alumni Connect, an online mentoring platform, launch this summer.  It can seem daunting to be the person that makes the first move – even when we’re talking about online mentoring. (More)
As part of an exciting new research project, the Bristol Business School and Bristol Law School are looking to gather opinions on their new building. Opened in April 2017, Bristol Business School and Bristol Law School is a flagship space to attra (More)
Anna Jones wrote: Pro bono works
In a series of blog posts Associate Head of Pro Bono, Marcus Keppel-Palmer will be sharing with us why Pro Bono at UWE Bristol works. In this first post Marcus shares research shared at the UWE Learning & Teaching Conference about the similaritie (More)
by Felix Ritchie: When a minimum wage is set, ensuring that employees do get at least that minimum is a basic requirement of regulators. Compliance with the minimum wage can vary wildly: amongst richer countries, around 1%-3% of wages appear to fa (More)
By Mary Alice Young: Dr. Mary Alice Young (Law) and Dr. Michael Woodiwiss (History) are in Jamaica today to conduct a series of evidence-informed research presentations with members of the Jamaican law enforcement and policy making communities (t (More)
By Jackie Jones: The Annual Lecture of the Legal Affairs Committee of the Welsh Centre for International Affairs took place on 3rd May 2018, co-sponsored this year by the Law School. Professor Christine Chinkin, Director of the Institute for Gend (More)
By Noelle Quenivet: Between 10 February and 10 March 2018 the Centre for Applied Legal Research hosted Dr Philippe Karpe as Visiting Scholar. Dr Philippe Karpe is a senior legal researcher and international expert working for CIRAD, a French agric (More)
Written by Dr Noelle Quenivet Between 10 February and 10 March 2018 the Centre for Applied Legal Research hosted Dr Philippe Karpe as Visiting Scholar. Dr Philippe Karpe is a senior legal researcher and international expert working for CIRAD, a Fr (More)
By Noelle Quenivet On 14 March 2018 the Centre for Applied Legal Research welcomed Dr Jane Rooney, Lecturer at the University of Bristol, to present a paper on ‘Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights in Armed Conflict’. Dr Roone (More)
On 19th April Bristol Law School co-hosted a seminar with The Old Library, Eastville on the legal and practical issues surrounding Community Asset Transfers ('CAT'). Bristol Law School pro bono students, Alice Gibson and Lauren Johnson, gave an e (More)
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