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Student success at international arbitration competition
Leicester Law School graduates Shree Ziradkar and Alexander Cotton placed first among all European universities and third overall in the inaugural Vis 'Write the Award' competition.
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Prestigious employers provide advice to our on-line careers events at Leicester Law School
Though learning events are not taking place online in the 2020-21 academic year and many students are studying off-campus, living all over the world, this has not prevented the law school’s employability team from holding an impressive range of virtual careers events for our community of law students.
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Leicester academic becomes contributor to international blog on 'Regulating for Globalisation'
Pascale Lorber was asked to join a team of legal experts to consider new developments in the field of labour law (such as Brexit, transnational challenges, impact of digitalisation on labour law).
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Blog Entry Pearson's My Twist on a Tale Writing Competition
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Former Attorney General to talk at human rights book launch – 24 November 2015
The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP, former Attorney General, will present ʻThe Future of Human Rights Protection in the UK: What Do We Know About the Government’s Proposals?’ at the launch of the book ʻThe UK and European Human Rights: A Strained Relationship?’
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Final Training Workshop of the CharterClick! Team held in Dublin
The Leicester unit of the CharterClick! Consortium held an executive workshop at the Trinity College, Dublin on 12 January 2017. Participants included representatives of national human rights bodies, such as the Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission, NGO’s and specialised lawyers.
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Leicester Law Lecturer Featured on President of the European Society of International Law's List of Five Most Influential Books read in 2016
Rossana Deplano's, The Strategic Use of International Law by the United Nations Security Council – An Empirical Study featured on the list of the five most influential books selected by Professor André Nollkaemper (President of the European Society of International Law).
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Migration Law Research: House of Lords Report on Brexit, the United Kingdom and Ireland
The work of Professor Bernard Ryan, of Leicester Law School, has been used extensively in a House of Lords report on Brexit.
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New book on human rights and personal identity
Professor Jill Marshall’s ‘Human Rights Law and Personal Identity’, explores the role human rights law plays in the formation, and protection, of our personal identities and the development of a so-called right to identity or personality.
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Leicester University Law Society Negotiation Competition final 2021
Congratulations to the student Negotiation Competition finalists Alannah Baker, Katerina Kittis, Eniola Agboola, and Alison Chan.
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