Law News and Events
Leicester researcher Dr Oxana Golynker to speak at free public event on Thursday 19 January
Professor Peter Rowe (Lancaster University) will examine the possibility of holding Members of Parliament accountable for the decision to use military force abroad.
Workshop for organisations working with vulnerable consumers and an opportunity to feedback to Ofgem on the proposed vulnerability principle.
A range of specialists will convene at the University of Leicester, College Court, to discuss issues surrounding social justice and public procurement. Sponsored by The Procurement Lawyers’ Association and The British Academy and Leverhulme Trust.
The work of Professor Bernard Ryan, of Leicester Law School, has been used extensively in a House of Lords report on Brexit.
Our Law students have been talking about legal advice options available to the public
Excellence of University’s work is discussed in the House of Lords
Leaders of Leicester Law School’s Pro Bono Society were interviewed by BBC Radio Leicester on 7 December 2016 about the value of their work to the local community as well as to students’ personal development.
Professor Jill Marshall highlights the vulnerability of girls and women in times of conflict despite international law's promise.
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.