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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?

Politics - Law - 04.10.2023
Scoring with German law and political advice
Scoring with German law and political advice

Law - Social Sciences - 04.10.2023
Scotland’s former Children and Young People’s Commissioner appointed as Law Professor

Law - Campus - 04.10.2023
Pioneer Reparatory Justice Masters Programme welcomes first students

Social Sciences - Law - 03.10.2023
Law professor's new book makes case for overhaul of Canada's criminal justice system
Law professor’s new book makes case for overhaul of Canada’s criminal justice system
A handwritten letter from an incarcerated man got Benjamin Perrin rethinking Canada's criminal justice system.

Social Sciences - Law - 21.09.2023
JHPD releases draft policies for review

Politics - Law - 19.09.2023
Commentary: Trump on trial: experts answer key legal and political questions about what could happen

Law - 18.09.2023
Atsushi Omura, visiting professor at IAO

Law - 14.09.2023
From fear to heroism  

Environment - Law - 13.09.2023
Australia faces solar waste crisis
Australia is world leading in its uptake of residential rooftop solar, installing new solar panels at ten times the global average rate.

Campus - Law - 07.09.2023
How free are we?
How free are we?

Law - Environment - 30.08.2023
Phillip Paiement appointed Professor of Law and Governance in the Anthropocene
Tilburg University has appointed dr. Phillip Paiement of Tilburg Law School to Professor of Law and Governance in the Anthropocene, effective September 1st, 2023.

Innovation - Law - 22.08.2023
Manchester Law & Technology Conference - July 6th 2023
Manchester Law & Technology Conference - July 6th 2023

Law - 16.08.2023
’International rules trade restrictions for security reasons need to be renegotiated’
In the past decade, a rising number of trade measures in the interest of national security have increased insecurity in the global economy.

Law - Administration - 16.08.2023
Expropriation expert increasingly important, but hardly enshrined in law

Social Sciences - Law - 10.08.2023
Bibby Stockholm - another cruel twist in UK asylum policy?
For individuals forced to flee their homeland and experience the ordeal of stepping onto a smuggler's boat, being 'warehoused' on a barge will be terrifying.

Law - 10.08.2023
Analysis: The Post Office scandal is not over yet
Analysis: The Post Office scandal is not over yet
In a piece for The Conversation, Dr Karen Nokes (UCL Laws) and Professor Richard Moorhead of the University of Exeter describe the origins of the Post Office scandal, possibly the largest miscarriage of justice in UK history, and explain why it is ongoing.

Law - 04.08.2023
’diverse’ views on impact of remote hearings during the pandemic
Research shows 'diverse' views on impact of remote hearings during the pandemic Research carried out by the University of Glasgow's School of Law and Ipsos Scotland on the adoption and use of remote hearings during the COVID-19 pandemic reveals a diverse range of views on the perceived impacts on stakeholders, with no consistent opinion on their effect or continued use.

Politics - Law - 27.07.2023
Opinion: Israel- unpopular judicial reform involves repeal of law set up under British colonial rule

Criminology / Forensics - Law - 26.07.2023
Crime scene motel
Ordinary suburban motels, utterly banal and unremarkable to most. However, what goes on behind their closed doors intrigued Sydney Law School criminologist and artist, Carolyn McKay.

Politics - Law - 20.07.2023
Opinion: Judicial activism has had vastly different impacts on Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump
Opinion: Judicial activism has had vastly different impacts on Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump

Pedagogy - Law - 13.07.2023
3 Questions: Justin Reich on the state of teacher speech in America

Law - Criminology / Forensics - 11.07.2023
Open Letter on the Greece Boat Disaster: Questions of International Law
In an open letter addressed to Greek and EU authorities, 300 academics turn their attention to the migrant shipwreck of 14 June 2023 off the coast of Pylos, Greece, resulting in the loss of an estimated 650 lives.

Law - 10.07.2023
Berkeley Talks transcript: Legal scholars unpack Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action

Economics - Law - 03.07.2023
PwC scandal a symptom of a narrow mindset that governs Australia’s tax matters

Law - Social Sciences - 03.07.2023
UCL's trailblazing Centre for Access to Justice marks 10 years
UCL’s trailblazing Centre for Access to Justice marks 10 years

Law - Innovation - 30.06.2023
Legal professionals ’sitting on the fence’ in terms of embracing new technologies
A lack of understanding by, and encouragement from, management is proving a barrier to the uptake of technologies like artificial intelligence in the legal services sector, according to a new report by UCL, the University of Manchester, and the Law Society.

Social Sciences - Law - 30.06.2023
Third gender: Past, present and future
FACULTY Q&A The concept of third gender challenges the conventional notions of a binary gender system that have existed in various cultures worldwide, as in the case of Latin America, extending beyond the traditional male and female categorizations prevalent in the United States.

Life Sciences - Law - 27.06.2023
Is Australia ready for future mind-reading technologies?
Recent advancements using artificial intelligence to extract meaningful thoughts from brain waves have concerned human rights and privacy advocates, who say technology is developing at a rate faster than the law.

Politics - Law - 26.06.2023
U-M political scientist’s work key in Supreme Court ruling, affirming Voting Rights Act
In an unexpected affirmation of the Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court ruled this month that congressional voting maps in Alabama would dilute the power of Black voters.

Law - 21.06.2023
Students at Death Penalty Clinic turn to video to make their case for justice

Law - Social Sciences - 12.06.2023
Farewell address Marc Loth: On our legal duty to past and future generations

Law - 12.06.2023
$8.2M in emergency rental assistance spent at Detroit properties where landlords still moved to evict
Report: The crisis is not temporary: Evictions after emergency rental assistance in Detroit University of Michigan researchers found that at least $8.2 million in federal emergency rental assi

Law - Social Sciences - 07.06.2023
Graduate explores interdisciplinary approaches to restorative justice
Mackenzie Leclaire (MA '23) challenges misconceptions and brings humanity to the forefront of her graduate research By Zoe Tipper Faculty of Arts Mackenzie Leclaire's academic journey exemplifies the value of interdisciplinary learning and qualitative research.

Law - 07.06.2023
University of Glasgow researcher co-authors report on privacy intrusion and national security
The head of the University of Glasgow's College of Science & Engineering is one of three authors of a new report on privacy intrusion and national security in the age of AI. Professor Dame Muffy Calder was senior research consultant on the report, prepared by The Alan Turing Institute's Centre for Emerging Technology and Security (CETaS).

Criminology / Forensics - Law - 06.06.2023
Australia needs a dedicated body for wrongful convictions
Professor David Hamer and Dr Andrew Dyer from Sydney Law School explain why Kathleen Folbigg's pardon points to the need for a Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) in Australia.

Law - Media - 02.06.2023
What the Ben Roberts-Smith judgement says about defamation law
Professor David Rolph from the Sydney Law School unpacks two key questions from the high-profile defamation trial brought by the decorated Australian soldier.

Law - Campus - 31.05.2023
Chesa Boudin to lead campus’s new Criminal Law & Justice Center

Environment - Law - 30.05.2023
’Climate Break’: A podcast focused on solutions to the climate crisis

Law - 25.05.2023
Maximilian Haedicke Named Unified Patent Court Judge

Law - Criminology / Forensics - 24.05.2023
Peace in Sudan depends on justice for the Darfur genocide
Written by Professor Mukesh Kapila CBE I asked the pilot to deviate from our approved flight path and go low over Darfur.

Law - 22.05.2023
Greek rights to the Parthenon Marbles
  Since 1817, half of the Parthenon Marbles from Athens have been housed in the British Museum. Despite frequent requests from the Greek authorities, the UK refuses to return them to their country of origin.

Politics - Law - 18.05.2023
University of Toronto Mississauga students lead efforts to understand justice in global conflicts
University of Toronto Mississauga students lead efforts to understand justice in global conflicts
A group of students at the University of Toronto Mississauga are at the forefront of efforts to understand transitional justice across the globe - a scholarly field that confronts how to pursue accou

Sport - Law - 12.05.2023
From athlete to advocate: Berkeley graduate gives newcomers a sporting chance

Health - Law - 08.05.2023
Berkeley legal, health experts confront excessive police use of force
By Andrew Cohen A recent Berkeley Law symposium confronted excessive use of police force, with renowned experts identifying obstacles to victims- access to the courts and officer accountability, and exploring potential solutions.

Law - Innovation - 05.05.2023
How should AI be used in the justice system?
Artificial intelligence promises to support judges in their decision-making. In fact, it renders their decisions and tasks more complex, argues .

Environment - Law - 02.05.2023
The University of Valencia participates in the constituent process of the United Nations Earth Assembly
The University of Valencia participates in the constituent process of the United Nations Earth Assembly