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On 28th September a diverse group of law students from Level 1 to LLM responded to the opportunity to attend an annual Eid on the Wharf party hosted by Clifford Chance and the Association of Muslim Lawyers (AML). Koser Shaheen, Chair of AML, offer (More)
This post (edited for publication) is contributed to our blog as part of a series of work produced by students for assessment within the module ‘Public International Law’. Following from last year’s blogging success, we decided to publish our s (More)
By Felix Ritchie. In August I spent a week in Australia working with the new Office of the National Data Commissioner (ONDC). The ONDC, set up at the beginning of July, is barely two months old but has been charged with the objective of getting a (More)
This post (edited for publication) is contributed to our blog as part of a series of work produced by students for assessment within the module ‘Public International Law’. Following from last year’s blogging success, we decided to publish our s (More)
Guest blog post by Noelle Quenivet: A few months ago under the leadership of Dr Francesco Tava (HSS, HAS) a group of UWE scholars from the Department of Health and Social Sciences (Philosophy and Politics) and the Bristol Law School met to consid (More)
On Wednesday 10th October, the Centre for Applied Legal Research will be hosting their first interdisciplinary symposium on organised crime. The Symposium is endorsed by the Criminal Justice Unit, the International Law and Human Righ (More)
Article taken from the Chartered Association of Business Schools: Work conducted by Professor Peter Case on organisational systems in malaria zones has had a significant impact on international efforts to eradicate the diseas (More)