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Law - Health - 07.05.2010
Stanford police participate in 'active shooter' drill
Stanford police participate in ’active shooter’ drill
The realistic simulation, complete with blank ammunition and screaming, bloodied actors, was the latest in a series of exercises designed to prepare Stanford's police to be first responders in the event of a significant campus crisis scenario.

Social Sciences - Law - 07.05.2010
Negotiations on political reform: mission impossible?
Negotiations on political reform: mission impossible?
'The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats may seem far apart on their ideas for political reform, but they are not impossibly so,' said UCL's Professor Robert Hazell.

Social Sciences - Law - 05.05.2010
Stanford sociologist goes undercover to study Latino immigration in the South
Stanford sociologist goes undercover to study Latino immigration in the South
With Arizona's new immigration law sparking protests across the country and highlighting strains between whites and Latinos, Monica McDermott is writing a book that explores those tensions based on what she's seen in South Carolina.

Social Sciences - Law - 04.05.2010
Downsizing the prison-industrial complex
Downsizing the prison-industrial complex
California's obsession with incarceration — at $50K a year per adult, $250K per juvenile — is unsustainable, says criminologist Barry Krisberg BERKELEY — Barry Krisberg joined Berke

Economics / Business - Law - 02.05.2010
Stanford experts assess SEC-Goldman suit, stress need to better regulate financial markets
Stanford Law School professor Joseph Grundfest (left) and Stanford Graduate School of Business finance professor Darrell Duffie (right).

Law - Social Sciences - 29.04.2010
Dear Prime Minister...
Dear Prime Minister...
As the general election approaches, UCL staff and students share their wishlist for policies from the next government affecting a range of aspects of life, from human rights and science to crime, the environment, and more..

Law - Linguistics / Literature - 28.04.2010

Economics / Business - Law - 27.04.2010
Goldman Sachs and Abacus 2007-AC1: The SEC and Congress Look Beyond the Numbers
Goldman Sachs is the Wall Street mega-firm that people either love or hate - or love to hate. Its money-making prowess leaves many impressed, envious or suspicious.

Law - History / Archeology - 22.04.2010

Law - 21.04.2010
Panel discussion to focus on intellectual repression
Three scholars from Iran and Belarus will talk about their struggles for freedom of speech during a panel discussion slated for noon, Wednesday, April 28. Robert Quinn, founding executive director of Scholars at Risk , will moderate the discussion. Scholars at Risk links human rights with higher education by helping threatened intellectuals and fighting intellectual repression.

Environment - Law - 19.04.2010

Computer Science - Law - 15.04.2010

Law - 14.04.2010
UCL showcase demystifies forensic science
UCL showcase demystifies forensic science
?The 200 visitors to the Gower Street Quad were met by the mounted division of the City of London police and scenes-of-crime officers of the British Transport Police, as well as police motorbikes and cyclists.

Law - 09.04.2010
Praise for
Praise for “model” research initiative on British Muslims
"Contextualising Islam In Britain", which published its findings in October 2009, is singled out by the House of Commons Department of Communities and Local Government (CLG) Select Committee in a report evaluating the Government's policies to tackle extremism in the UK.

Law - 09.04.2010
MIT Media Lab unveils ’Surround Vision’
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ? Surround sound technology uses multiple speakers to extend the world of a TV show or movie beyond the edges of the screen: the audience can, in effect, hear what's happening just off-camera.

Law - Economics / Business - 07.04.2010
India Endows Jagdish Bhagwati Fellowship and Chair Devoted to Indian Constitutional Law
New York, April 7, 2010 — Columbia University has received two gifts from India to endow a chair devoted to Indian Constitutional Law and establish a fellowship named after Professor Jagdish Bhagwati , both at Columbia Law School.

Law - Economics / Business - 02.04.2010

Law - 01.04.2010
Web and mobile apps come under review on new Stanford site
About to download a new application to your smartphone? Ready to play a game on Facebook that requires you to join a network? All you have to do is share a little bit of personal information, trust the systems are secure, and you're on your way.

History / Archeology - Law - 01.04.2010

Linguistics / Literature - Law - 31.03.2010

Law - 25.03.2010
Regulating Decent Work for Domestic Workers
Regulating Decent Work for Domestic Workers: International and Comparative Dialogue Celebrating the ILO at 90 & Preparing for Standard-setting into the Future , an international seminar that will

Physics - Law - 24.03.2010
Spring school explores secrets of security science
Spring school explores secrets of security science
The two-day school, which was supported by the Economic Challenge Investment Fund (ECIF) through UCL Advances, was open to second- and third-year undergraduates and current masters students from UCL and other universities.

Law - Social Sciences - 23.03.2010
Realism , perfectionism and the European Court of Human Rights
Realism , perfectionism and the European Court of Human Rights
Earlier this year the University was delighted to host Professor Luzius Wildhaber, former President of the European Court of Human Rights.

Administration - Law - 22.03.2010
Sylvia Jones, Principal of UCL Academy: Everyone will be a learner?
Sylvia Jones, Principal of UCL Academy: Everyone will be a learner?
When the UCL Academy opens its doors in September to students in September 2011, Sylvia Jones will be at the helm.

Law - Health - 21.03.2010
Women solicitors work-life balance examined
Women solicitors work-life balance examined
The results of one of the largest surveys of women solicitors in England and Wales are published today.

Health - Law - 18.03.2010
Stop and Search conference at King’s
Stop and Search conference at King’s
The King's College London School of Law and The Open Society Justice Initiative, hosted a conference yesterday 'Where Now for Stop and Search?' to discuss one of the most controversial police powers.

Health - Law - 17.03.2010
US Ambassador delivers Commemoration Oration
US Ambassador delivers Commemoration Oration
HE Louis B. Susman, the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom, delivered the King's College London Commemoration Oration last night (17 March), at the Great Hall, Strand Campus.

Law - Art and Design - 16.03.2010
McGill professor nationally recognized with 3M Teaching Fellowship
McGill's Faculty of Law is proud to announce that tax law expert Kim Brooks is one of ten professors from across the country selected for Canada's most prestigious university teaching awards, the 3M National Teaching Fellowships.

Health - Law - 15.03.2010
Report criticises ‘adversarial policing’ of young people
Report criticises ‘adversarial policing’ of young people
One of the most comprehensive reports into the youth justice system has examined whether the police and the youth justice system treat young people from different ethnic groups in different ways.

Health - Law - 14.03.2010
Improve rape victim care
Improve rape victim care
Baroness Vivien Stern has today published her independent review into the way rape complaints are handled by public authorities.

Law - Computer Science - 09.03.2010
15 Moore’s years. 3D chip stacking will take Moore’s Law past 2020
Zurich, Switzerland, 9 March 2010 —Some laws are made to be broken, and others are made to be followed.

Law - Economics / Business - 27.02.2010

Law - History / Archeology - 25.02.2010

Environment - Law - 24.02.2010
Former White House adviser Van Jones appointed visiting fellow
Van Jones, former adviser at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, has been appointed distinguished visiting fellow in the Center for African American Studies and in the Program in Scienc

Law - Physics - 24.02.2010
N.J. Supreme Court Chief Justice to speak
Stuart Rabner, chief justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, will engage in a public conversation with Princeton Provost Christopher Eisgruber , a noted legal scholar, at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 3, in Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall, on the Princeton University campus.

Administration - Law - 23.02.2010
'A Woman's Nation' reveals a workplace transformation
There is no small irony embedded in the subtitle of the Shriver Report on women's inroads into the American workforce: "A woman's nation changes everything.

Law - Agronomy / Food Science - 19.02.2010
McGill University reappoints Provost, four Deans, and names a new Dean of Law
Professor Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University, is delighted to announce that the Board of Governors has approved the reappointment of Prof. Anthony C&period

Environment - Law - 18.02.2010
Hard Rain exhibition at Imperial
Hard Rain exhibition at Imperial
Hard Rain exhibition at Imperial Photographs highlighting the pressing global issues of this century arrive at Imperial - %0A " Friday 19 February By John-Paul Jones An acclaimed exhibition of challe

Law - Event - 18.02.2010
Columbians Join NYC "College Challenge" Volunteer Service Initiative
The time-honored college rivalry, normally spurred on by touchdowns and slam dunks, is taking on a whole new meaning, thanks to a public service initiative encouraging New York City university students, faculty and staff to volunteer with local organizations.

Administration - Law - 18.02.2010
'Faculty need to participate directly in remaking the State of California,' says Academic Senate chair
A law professor specializing in ethics, criminal law, and legal and political philosophy, Chris Kutz has served since August 2009 as chair, and before that as vice chair, of the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate.
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