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Research Management - Law - 11.04.2024
Five ERC Advanced Grants for Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Health - Law - 09.04.2024
The Royal Society of Edinburgh 2024 new Fellows announced

Law - Social Sciences - 09.04.2024
Berkeley Law students push to address ’the vastness of animal suffering’
Guess Who's Coming to Jury Duty?: How the Failure to Collect Juror Demographic Data Contributes to Whitewashing the Jury Box Whitewashing the Jury Box: How California Perpetuates the Discriminatory E

Law - 04.04.2024
Results for: Professor receives funding from Canadian Foundation for Legal Research

Law - Campus - 21.03.2024
Honouring a mother's fierce devotion with a scholarship that promotes advocacy
Honouring a mother’s fierce devotion with a scholarship that promotes advocacy

Campus - Law - 18.03.2024
Fleur Johns appointed as Head of School and Dean of Sydney Law School
Fleur Johns appointed as Head of School and Dean of Sydney Law School

Law - Health - 07.03.2024
Reimagining abortion regulation
Abortion is still a crime in most countries. A new legal paradigm would change the lives of millions of women It took 30 years of activism for Ireland to legalise abortion.

Law - 06.03.2024
Digital Exhibition Explains Issues in International Law
Digital Exhibition Explains Issues in International Law

Law - Politics - 29.02.2024
Can politicians abolish a court of justice? ’Nothing has changed since 1901’

Law - Career - 27.02.2024
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton

Law - Environment - 27.02.2024
What are the implications of a socio-ecocentric approach to criminal law to enforce sustainability commitments?

Law - Politics - 27.02.2024
Dissolution ’progressive’ Dutch East Indies high court in 1901 offers lessons for today

Politics - Law - 20.02.2024
Explaining the Prabowo landslide
Explaining the Prabowo landslide

Law - 06.02.2024
Crumbley conviction: U-M law expert weighs in on Michigan school shooting case

Law - Career - 02.02.2024
Overcome obstacles, work for justice, Sotomayor urges law students

Law - 25.01.2024
Tort victims in situations of mass harm want more than financial compensation

Law - Environment - 22.01.2024
UVic's National Centre for Indigenous Laws wins prestigious design award
UVic’s National Centre for Indigenous Laws wins prestigious design award

Social Sciences - Law - 18.01.2024
LGBTQI+ rights in Tunisia: repressive laws and free speech
LGBTQI+ rights in Tunisia: repressive laws and free speech
An UdeM sociology professor who studies issues facing LGBTQI+ communities in Tunisia highlights their challenges, hopes and struggles.

Politics - Law - 16.01.2024
Is Jokowi paving the way for an Indonesian political dynasty?

Law - Social Sciences - 16.01.2024
At Berkeley Law, Gun Violence Prevention Project pursues global impact
Whitewashing the Jury Box: How California Perpetuates the Discriminatory Exclusion of Black and Latinx Jurors Living with Impunity: Unsolved Murders in Oakland and the Human Rights Impact on Victims' Family Members Who Will Be Left to Defend Human Rights?

Law - Economics - 12.01.2024
Post Office scandal: why thousands of victims are yet to see justice

Law - Innovation - 02.01.2024
Who owns Mickey Mouse?
Who owns Mickey Mouse?
Mickey Mouse, one of the most iconic cartoon characters of all time and Walt Disney's most endearing creation, is now in the public domain: The copyright on the landmark animated short Steamboat Willie -the earliest appearance of Mickey Mouse-expired at the start of 2024.

Law - 22.12.2023
UK supreme court rules Guantánamo ’forever prisoner’ can sue the government under English l

Law - 15.12.2023
University of Warwick’s ’School Tasking’ Project enhances legal understanding for legally accountable 10-year-olds – research finds
University of Warwick's 'School Tasking' Project enhances legal understanding for legally accountable 10-year-olds - research finds Most Year 5 children will know little about the law and their rights, yet at the stroke of midnight on their 10 birthday, they become criminally responsible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Law - Innovation - 13.12.2023
UCalgary legal researchers receive grant to expand offerings in cybersecurity

Social Sciences - Law - 11.12.2023
The government’s preventative detention legislation, explained

Law - 30.11.2023
ChatGPT and the law: a useful but imperfect tool
Generative artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT raise questions about how it can be used and controlled in the field of law, say two UdeM professors.

Environment - Law - 24.11.2023
Should Climate Activists be Punished as Common Offenders?
Their acceptance of responsibility and political motivation should be taken into account as a mitigating factor when sentencing Some climate activists, rather than receiving punishment, have in several cases successfully claimed to have acted on the grounds of necessity.

Law - Criminology / Forensics - 22.11.2023
Prison campaigner visits University to inspire future generations
Prison campaigner visits University to inspire future generations

Campus - Law - 22.11.2023
Does the U.S. still need affirmative action?
Does the U.S. still need affirmative action?

Law - Health - 16.11.2023
Supreme Court weighing constitutionality of federal law that bars domestic abusers from possessing guns
EXPERT Q&A The Supreme Court heard arguments last week in U.S. v. Rahimi, a case that involves a constitutional challenge to a federal law that strips gun ownership rights from people under domestic violence protection orders.

Law - Career - 07.11.2023
Attorney General gives career talk to UCL law students

Law - Career - 06.11.2023
New Schlegel Chair at the University of Bonn
New Schlegel Chair at the University of Bonn

Politics - Law - 03.11.2023
Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a symptom of a broken world, but repair is possible, says U-M researcher

Law - 01.11.2023
No security for the belongings of precariously housed and unhoused individuals, researchers say
Report finds need for better measures to help people who are experiencing homelessness retain their belongings. A new report highlights a need to rethink practices that impact what happens to people's belongings when they don't have control over the spaces where they live. Geography professor Nick Blomley and collaborators Alexandra Flynn from UBC's Allard School of Law and Marie-Eve Sylvestre from the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law analysed current laws, policies and procedures and outline how they control the belongings of precariously housed and unhoused individuals across Canada.

Law - 01.11.2023
Why is the law different when you're unhoused?
Why is the law different when you’re unhoused?
We all have cherished belongings: a photo of your children, a beloved relative's ashes. These things are treasured, no matter where you live.

Law - 31.10.2023
Racial Bias and the Bench - one year on, has progress been made in the legal system?

Law - Social Sciences - 31.10.2023
Guno Jones appointed as Professor Anton de Kom Chair

Campus - Law - 31.10.2023
Guno Jones appointed as Assistant Professor Anton de Kom Chair

Law - Transport - 31.10.2023
Improving mobility with data sharing
We provide transport companies with information about our mobility behavior when we use various modes of transportation. Researchers at the University of Basel and two technology and mobility consulting companies have jointly investigated what requirements could be put in place to ensure this mobility data is better utilized.

Law - Environment - 30.10.2023
Multinationals have a responsibility to take care of people and planet throughout their production networks

Law - Computer Science - 25.10.2023
Legal tech under the microscope in the European VUB project COHUBICOL
Legal tech under the microscope in the European VUB project COHUBICOL
For the past five years, the international project COHUBICOL (Counting as a Human Being in the Era of Computational Law), led by VUB professor Mireille Hildebrandt , has focused on 'legal tech' and its integration into legal practice.

Law - Social Sciences - 24.10.2023
Ben Saul appointed to the United Nations

Life Sciences - Law - 24.10.2023
What happens when technology learns to read our minds?
Advancements in neurotechnology could be at a turning point, but the new technology threatens to breach even the privacy of our brains.

Law - Social Sciences - 24.10.2023
Berkeley Law student project combats sexual harassment and violence

Law - History / Archeology - 24.10.2023
Do guns belong in the hands of domestic abusers?
Do guns belong in the hands of domestic abusers?
Kelly Roskam of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions discusses a Supreme Court case that will decide if a federal law prohibiting possession of firearms by people subject to domestic violence protection orders is constitutional O n Nov.

Event - Law - 18.10.2023
2023 Sydney Peace Prize Lecture to be delivered by Nazanin Boniadi
2023 Sydney Peace Prize Lecture to be delivered by Nazanin Boniadi

Law - 17.10.2023
Volksverhetzung: ’Applicable law partly too narrowly and partly misleadingly formulated’
Against the backdrop of reactions in this country to Hamas' terror in Israel, Felix Klein, the German government's anti-Semitism commissioner, has called for tougher criminal law in cases of incitement to hatred.

Health - Law - 13.10.2023
The rules of war and human rights
The rules of war and human rights
The rules of war and human rights in the Israel-Gaza conflict Johns Hopkins human rights expert Len Rubenstein explains how laws governing war apply to health and human rights in the conflict In this

Law - Social Sciences - 05.10.2023
Can the Modern Slavery Act review drive meaningful change?
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