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Law/Forensics - Arts and Design
18.08.2017
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
15.08.2017
How do employers combat a resurgent white supremacy movement?
How do employers combat a resurgent white supremacy movement?
University of Illinois labor and employment relations professor Michael LeRoy is an expert on immigration and employment policy.
Politics - Law/Forensics
09.08.2017
UCLA faculty voice: Celebrating indigenous peoples and how they gained a voice | UCLA
UCLA faculty voice: Celebrating indigenous peoples and how they gained a voice | UCLA
Ulia Gosart is a lecturer in information studies at UCLA. She has been an indigenous rights advocate for more than a decade.
Law/Forensics
08.08.2017
How does a grand jury function in Russia probe?
How does a grand jury function in Russia probe?
Andrew D. Leipold is the Edwin M. Adams Professor of Law at the University of Illinois and an expert on criminal law and the judicial process.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Law/Forensics
07.08.2017
The future of water in the West | Stanford News
Leon Szeptycki, executive director of Stanford's Water in the West program, discusses the challenges and responses to managing water in a changing climate.
Law/Forensics - Administration/Government
31.07.2017
New data retention law seriously invades our privacy
Metadata from our phone calls, text messages, emails and internet activity is now tracked by the government under new data retention laws, writes Associate Professor Uri Gal from the University of Sydney Business School.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
27.07.2017
‘Hidden' experiences of men forced to have sex with women revealed
‘Hidden’ experiences of men forced to have sex with women revealed
The most frequent strategy used by women forcing men to have sex with them against their will is blackmail and threats, according to researchers at Lancaster University. This accounted for the experiences of more than one fifth of the men who completed an online survey, the first of its kind in the UK, examining the extent of men who have been ‘forced to penetrate' women.
Administration/Government - Law/Forensics
27.07.2017
Police shootings: How many more must perish before we see justice?
Police shootings: How many more must perish before we see justice?
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Administration/Government - Law/Forensics
27.07.2017
Police shootings: African Americans have
Police shootings: African Americans have "the talk." When will they get justice?
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Law/Forensics
26.07.2017
Can President Trump pardon himself?
Can President Trump pardon himself?
Jason Mazzone is the Albert E. Jenner Jr. Professor of Law and director of the Program in Constitutional Theory, History, and Law at the University of Illinois College of Law.
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
19.07.2017
Language the key to the door of international law
Language the key to the door of international law
University of Queensland graduate Anna John has supercharged an international legal career by learning a second language.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
18.07.2017
We Must Ensure Immigration Courts Operate Properly
A common refrain dominates immigration discussions - "They broke the law and should be deported." The message holds power, because it suggests that allowing immigrants cast as lawbreakers to remain in the country weakens the rule of law.
Law/Forensics - Politics
17.07.2017
Legal experts parse the Trump campaign-Russia connection and the law
Stanford law scholars Robert Weisberg and David Sklansky examine the potential legal ramifications of Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer who allegedly promised negative information on Hillary Clinton.
Administration/Government - Law/Forensics
14.07.2017
The British public reject 'no deal' on Brexit, new research finds
The British public want a deal on Brexit, and are willing to compromise to get one, new research by the Policy Institute at King's College London, RAND Europe and Cambridge University shows. The finding suggests that the public would disagree with the Prime Minister's claim that 'no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain' when it comes to negotiations for leaving the EU.
Law/Forensics - Life Sciences
14.07.2017
Science of skulls comes to UQ
Science of skulls comes to UQ
An interesting group is meeting at The University of Queensland this week: its members are united by their expertise in reconstructing faces from skulls.
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
12.07.2017
New book by UTM prof reveals flaws of workplace discrimination law
Toronto, ON - A new book by U of'T Mississauga assistant professor of sociology  Ellen Berrey  explores the legal outcomes of the most common type of civil litigation in the United States-employment discrimination claims-and the limitations of the law in addressing problems of workplace inequality.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Law/Forensics
12.07.2017
Why Lawmakers Must Preserve and Expand Medicaid Eligibility
As congress wrestles with replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a big question is where they will land with Medicaid expansion.
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
07.07.2017
Trial and error in Northern Irish abortion law
Trial and error in Northern Irish abortion law
Dr Ruth Fletcher from QMUL's School of Law co-authors an article about abortion law reform in Northern Ireland.
Religions - Law/Forensics
06.07.2017
Jeffrey Stackert
Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible and in the Department of Classics, the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and the College Jeffrey Stackert is a biblical scholar who situates the Hebrew Bible in the context of the larger ancient Near Eastern world in which it was composed.
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
04.07.2017
UK can lead the way in labour rights post-Brexit
UK can lead the way in labour rights post-Brexit
Leading academics have today published a set of proposals for the protection of workers' rights in post-Brexit UK trade agreements.
Astronomy - Law/Forensics
03.07.2017
Fighting slavery from space
Members of the public have been helping experts from the University of Nottingham in their mission to end slavery, by tracking potential sites of exploitation from space.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
30.06.2017
Human rights and democracy in Myanmar
Leading human rights activist Debbie Stothard will address issues facing the South-East Asian nation of Myanmar during a public seminar at The University of Queensland on Monday.
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
28.06.2017
From ashtrays full of cigarette butts to smoke-free environments
From ashtrays full of cigarette butts to smoke-free environments
This week, it will be ten years since the smoking ban for enclosed workplaces in the UK came into force.
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
28.06.2017
World's next generation of human rights investigators meets at Berkeley
World’s next generation of human rights investigators meets at Berkeley
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Life Sciences - Law/Forensics
27.06.2017
Non-approved keeping of animals: Münster University Commission to investigate accusations: Decision taken by Rectorate / Commission to be headed by lawyer Prof. Janbernd Oebbecke
The Rectorate at the University of Münster has decided to set up an internal Commission of Enquiry to investigate the accusations made in connection with a non-approved room for laboratory mice at the Faculty of Medicine.
Administration/Government - Law/Forensics
26.06.2017
Stanford law professor weighs in on Supreme Court’s decision to hear travel ban case
Stanford law professor Jayashri Srikantiah discusses the Supreme Court's decision to hear the Trump Administration's appeals about Trump's executive order banning travel of certain nationals from Muslim-majority countries.
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
21.06.2017
Doctors write fewer prescriptions after sunshine laws reveal drug company payments
ANN ARBOR?Payments by drug companies to doctors have become so common that most states have passed laws to promote transparency. Known as "sunshine" laws, they require drug companies to disclose payments to physicians. Often one of the stated goals is to pressure doctors to prescribe lower-cost generic drugs instead of name-brand when possible.
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
21.06.2017
Violent crime increases in right-to-carry states
Stanford Law School Professor John Donohue found that states that adopted right-to-carry laws have experienced a 13 to 15 percent increase in violent crime in the 10 years after enacting those laws. States that have enacted right-to-carry (RTC) concealed handgun laws have experienced higher rates of violent crime than states that did not adopt those laws, according to a Stanford scholar.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
19.06.2017
Top level speakers will address peacebuilding event at Lancaster University
Top level speakers will address peacebuilding event at Lancaster University
The development of fresh insights into peacebuilding will be at the forefront of thinking at a Lancaster University Knowledge Exchange symposium and workshop on 5 and 6 July.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
16.06.2017
Reference guide for domestic violence epidemic
Reference guide for domestic violence epidemic
Magistrates, judges, victims and support officers nationwide can now refer to a one-stop reference guide about domestic and family violence.
Physics/Materials Science - Law/Forensics
15.06.2017
Working group: Give citizens say in nuclear accident plans
As nations search for ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, the long-simmering debate over nuclear power has heated up.
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
14.06.2017
Employment law reform needed to fix social care in the UK
New research by a Cardiff University academic has offered an innovative and timely insight into the UK's crisis of social care.
Careers/Employment - Law/Forensics
13.06.2017
Stanford scholars offer analysis on U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ hearing before Senate committee
Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday. Stanford scholars Kori Schake and David Sklansky share their thoughts on the proceedings.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
13.06.2017
Faculty panelists discuss immigration reform in America
Shannon Gleeson, Sergio Garcia-Rios, Stephen Yale-Loehr and Barbara Knuth at the Mosaic Forum on immigration, migration and refugee policy.
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
12.06.2017
Careers/Employment - Law/Forensics
08.06.2017
Scholars analyze Comey hearing
Stanford scholars offer their thoughts on former FBI Director James Comeyâ??s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Law/Forensics
06.06.2017
Donation to create Centre on Statelessness
Peter and Ruth McMullin intend to make one of the most significant gifts in the history of the University of Melbourne Law School to establish the worldâ??s only academic centre devoted to the problem of statelessness.
Business/Economics - Law/Forensics
05.06.2017
Experts available on London terror incidents
Experts available on London terror incidents
The following UQ experts are available to comment on the latest terrorist incidents in London. This list will be updated.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Law/Forensics
31.05.2017
Development, security and the oceans
A networking event to celebrate World Oceans Day has been organised by Cardiff University.
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
31.05.2017
Law/Forensics - Mathematics
29.05.2017
New scaling law predicts how wheels drive over sand
New scaling law predicts how wheels drive over sand
When engineers design a new aircraft, they carry out much of the initial testing not on full-sized jets but on model planes that have been scaled down to fit inside a wind tunnel. In this more manageable setting, they can study the flow of air around an aircraft under all manner of experimental conditions.
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
24.05.2017
QMUL to hold joint training programmes with Qatar's Ministry of Justice
QMUL to hold joint training programmes with Qatar’s Ministry of Justice
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is due to hold joint legal training with Qatar's Ministry of Justice.
Law/Forensics
24.05.2017
What will happen to European criminal law after Brexit?
What will happen to European criminal law after Brexit?
The UK will not be able to select which sections of the European Union criminal law system it abides by post-Brexit, according to Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas of Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
23.05.2017
Blind academic calls for Royal Commission into abuse of people with disabilities
Blind academic calls for Royal Commission into abuse of people with disabilities
A legally blind academic from The University of Queensland has thrown his full support behind a petition demanding Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull launch an immediate Royal Commission into the abuse of disabled people.
Law/Forensics - Medicine/Pharmacology
22.05.2017
Support for health care law higher when polls mention ’repeal’
With the U.S. Senate set to take up debate on a new health care bill, Cornell researchers asked a simple question. Does the American public want former President Barack Obama‘s health care law repealed and replaced' The answer is, it depends on how you ask the question. The team analyzed hundreds of national opinion polls from March 2010, when Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, through the recent presidential election.
Administration/Government - Law/Forensics
22.05.2017
Law/Forensics - Sport Sciences
17.05.2017
Research on cricket bat design is enshrined in law
Research on cricket bat design is enshrined in law
The Laws of Cricket have been improved thanks to a study carried out by researchers from Imperial College London.
Law/Forensics
17.05.2017
Justice system addicted to jail - ANU academic
A leading law academic from ANU has warned that Australia's criminal justice system is addicted to incarceration, describing the rate of imprisonment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as a catastrophe.
Law/Forensics
17.05.2017
Australian laws not equipped to deal with race issues
It's time to lay bare the truth of what we live with, which is a race-based legal system in a multicultural society. One of Australia's leading anti-discrimination law experts believes it's time for Australia to open up a potentially confronting discussion on race issues within the Australian legal system.
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