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Law - Economics / Business - 29.01.2020
Looks at the ethical dilemmas of UK intelligence
A new report released today by the Criminal Law Reform Now Network (CLRNN) - a collaboration between academics, practitioners and other legal experts - finds the Computer Misuse Act 1990 (CMA) is "crying out for reform".

Social Sciences - Law - 23.01.2020
For families of Oakland murder victims, police practices add to trauma, study says
Richard Livingston Jr., who grew up in the Bay Area deeply influenced by the values of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., cradles the urn that holds the remains of his son, Richard Dejion Livingston III.

Law - 16.01.2020
Promoting a culture of integrity at Stanford
Promoting a culture of integrity at Stanford
Tina Hua, Stanford's chief ethics and compliance officer, discusses the role her office plays in promoting the culture of integrity at Stanford.

Social Sciences - Law - 07.01.2020

Law - 30.12.2019

Social Sciences - Law - 19.12.2019
Five Bristol researchers awarded Leverhulme Major Research Fellowships
Five University of Bristol academics have been awarded Major Research Fellowships from the Leverhulme Trust.

Law - Social Sciences - 17.12.2019

Social Sciences - Law - 14.12.2019
Social Networks and the Right to Education of Rural-Urban Migrant Children in Beijing, China
Shisong Jiang successfully defended his PhD. Shisong Jiang successfully defended his PhD titled Social Networks and the Right to Education of Rural-Urban Migrant Children in Beijing, China.

Law - Physics - 11.12.2019

Environment - Law - 05.12.2019
Switzerland’s influence on European energy policy continues to decline
What would be the consequences of failed negotiations over an electricity agreement between Switzerland and the EU?

Law - Social Sciences - 02.12.2019

Law - Campus - 25.11.2019

Law - Social Sciences - 08.11.2019
Berkeley Law gun violence expert wins criminology’s top award
By Gwyneth K. Shaw A pioneering scholar in the study of violent crime for half a century, Berkeley Law Professor Franklin Zimring has won the Stockholm Prize in Criminology, the field's top international honor.

Law - Pharmacology - 06.11.2019
Lessons from California’s vaccine exemption laws
California vaccine laws are among the toughest in the nation, particularly since the state did away with the  personal belief and religious exemption  in 2015 following a measles outbreak that began in Disneyland.

Law - Social Sciences - 31.10.2019
Why repatriation is important
The question of repatriation is on the table again for negotiation internationally and the discussion has moved on from where it was in the last decades.

Law - Economics / Business - 25.10.2019

Law - 24.10.2019
This Sussex Life: Gary Railton, avian pest controller. "George acts as a natural deterrent""
Avian pest controller Gary Railton talks about how his Harris's hawk George helps to prevent gulls swiping people's lunches on the University of Sussex campus.

Law - 21.10.2019

Law - Career - 27.09.2019
Berkeley Talks transcript: Justice Elena Kagan on taking risks, finding common ground
Erwin Chemerinsky: Good afternoon. It's a wonderful day for Berkeley Law and for this campus. It's my great delight to welcome you to this special event with Justice Elena Kagan.

Law - 27.09.2019
Annual Law and Development Research Network Conference Berlin
Inleiding: Seven members of the Law & Development Research Group presented research on the annual international conference of the Law and Development Research Network in Berlin on the theme of Plurality of Law and Development.

Environment - Law - 26.09.2019
Endangered Species Act changes
America's signature legislation for saving species faces a major overhaul. Conservation and legal experts examine likely impacts of the new rules and legal options for challenging them.

Law - 17.09.2019
Dust from a giant asteroid crash caused an ancient ice age
In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, amid a flurry of media reports suggesting an uptick in hate crimes, a group of University of Chicago Law School students began to discuss a shared concern: Hate crime data were inconsistent and incomplete. It was difficult to know, and even harder to prove, whether marginalized communities were actually experiencing increased rates of violence and intimidation.

Law - Administration - 17.09.2019
Constitution’s biggest flaw? Protecting slavery
Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky said the Constitution's "biggest flaw” is its protection of the institution of slavery.

Law - Environment - 09.09.2019
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reflects on Supreme Court’s unchanging ’collegiality’
After more than a quarter of a century on the United States Supreme Court, what hasn't changed for Ruth Bader Ginsburg are her cordial relationships with her fellow justices.

Law - 09.09.2019
Justice Ginsburg reflects on Supreme Court’s unchanging ’collegiality’
After more than a quarter of a century on the United States Supreme Court, what hasn't changed for Ruth Bader Ginsburg are her cordial relationships with her fellow justices.