Law News and Events
Experts from the European Parliament and UK Universities present & discuss the impact of Brexit on public procurement – and what this will mean for the UK, businesses, and professionals in the sector.
Legal Week is an informal discussion group, where students discuss current issues in the news headlines that have legal implications. One or more Law academic will act as discussant or make some introductory observations but the discussion is led by the audience.
This workshop brings together private lawyers and human/constitutional rights lawyers from the UK and South Africa to address the private law liability of public bodies
Leicester Law School welcomes the winners of the Canadian Excellence Scholarship 2016
Professor Janet Ulph involved in working group set up by Arts Council England and the Museums Association to draft guidance on museum closures
Dr Eki Omorogbe joins group tracking developments in International Criminal Justice in Africa
Dr Eki Omorogbe establishes International Law in Africa Network: first meeting held at University of Leicester
Researchers across the University creating engaging content in response to topical news
Law lecturer takes editorial role at leading Civil Justice journal.
Law senior lecturer delivers paper on ‘Judicial Activism and self-restraint: the margin of appreciation’s Strasbourg career, and its coming age?’