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Dr Koldo Casla highlights findings from an on-line workshop to understand lived experiences of poverty in the UK.
Dr Koldo Casla
22 March 2021
Professor Noam Lubell explains challenges providing states with clear guidance on how to investigate violations of humanitarian law in war zones.
Professor Noam Lubell
15 January 2021
Dr Alexandros Antoniou
05 November 2020
In the row between the UK and EU over how to handle state subsidies after Brexit, both sides insist their proposals are consistent with the political declaration.
Professor Steve Peers
30 September 2020
Student Alistair created this vlog about his online learning experience.
04 September 2020
Our Human Rights Centre draws its Members from 11 different disciplines. Here, our Members discuss the importance of human rights to their work.
Dr Andrew Fagan
27 February 2020
What is Corporate Criminal Liability? And what responsibilities do the various models place on companies, big and small?
Dr Alison Cronin,
Dr Audrey Guinchard,
31 October 2019
We spoke to Chad Blackman, former Essex Law School student, who has been made Barbados’ Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Other International Organisations in Geneva.
02 October 2019
On Tuesday 24 September, the UK Supreme Court delivered an historic judgement, declaring Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament unlawful.
Dr Charilaos Nikolaidis,
Professor Steve Peers,
Professor Maurice Sunkin
26 September 2019
After three amazing years of embracing all aspects of university life, I walked out of my graduation ceremony believing that it would be only a matter of weeks before I landed my dream job.
20 March 2018