School of Law and Politics

Professor Christian Bueger speaking at the

Regional Naval Symposium welcomes International Relations Professor to Goa

14 November 2017

Professor in International Relations, Christian Bueger was the only European academic to participate at a recent naval symposium which took place in Goa.

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Cardiff academic’s research applied by the High Court of Australia

13 November 2017

Research by a Cardiff Law academic has been cited and applied by the High Court of Australia in a landmark ruling.

India Moore (second from left), winner of this year's Times Law Student Advocacy Competition pictured with her fellow finalists.

Cardiff Law student scoops Fake News advocacy competition

20 October 2017

A third year Law student was recently awarded first prize at this year’s Times Law Student Advocacy Competition.

Wales Governance Centre Brexit event

Brexit and the devolved nations

17 October 2017

Cross-nations panel event held in Brussels

Dr Victoria Basham has been named as the new President of the European International Studies Association (EISA).

European International Studies Association appoints Cardiff lecturer as new President

17 October 2017

A Senior Lecturer in International Relations has recently been appointed as President of the European International Studies Association (EISA).

Dr Edwin Egede at the 23rd Annual Session of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) in Kingston, Jamaica.

Senior lecturer participates in Constitution of the Sea annual session

16 October 2017

Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations, participated in the 23rd Annual Session of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) in Kingston, Jamaica this August.

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Cardiff Professor presents at ‘Current Legal Problems’ series

16 October 2017

Professor Richard Lewis has been invited by University College London to deliver a lecture as part of their ‘Current Legal Problems’ series.

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Crime Live – become a forensic scientist for the night with Inside Justice UK

10 October 2017

For one night only the Innocence project at our School of Law and Politics invites you to take part in a crime investigation where you will play forensic science expert!

Professor Norman Doe (far left) pictured with Revd Canon Andrew Featherstone (Chancellor), Very Revd John Davies (Dean), and Christopher Jones (Partner, Harris and Harris).

Professor Norman Doe speaks at inaugural Wells Cathedral lecture

9 October 2017

A School of Law and Politics Professor delivered the inaugural Bekynton lecture this October at Wells Cathedral.

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Will the Union survive Brexit?

2 October 2017

Majority of English ‘leave’ voters would risk the future of the UK to see Brexit happen, new data reveals.

Law and Global Justice students travel to Nairobi

African internship for law students

29 September 2017

Law and Global Justice students travel to Nairobi for fully-funded legal internships

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Labour now the most trusted party to stand up for England

26 September 2017

New survey data shows 31% of English voters see Labour as trusted defender of English interests

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What has devolution ever done for us?

18 September 2017

New data reveals impact of devolution to be mediocre

Compass with Welsh economy concept

Rethinking Growth

7 September 2017

Academics argue for socially and ecologically positive growth in new paper

Dr Huw Bennett, Reader in International Relations, who will begin a fellowship with the British Academy this September.

Mid-Career Fellowship awarded to International Relations Reader

5 September 2017

The national body for humanities and social sciences in the UK has awarded a School of Law and Politics academic with a prestigious Mid-Career Fellowship.

The University of Seychelles

International Relations Professor awarded Honorary Professorship

30 August 2017

A School of Law and Politics scholar has been awarded an Honorary Professorship at the University of Seychelles.

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Continuing healthcare scheme wins back thousands for care home clients

16 August 2017

A unique scheme which addresses the cost of continuing healthcare in the UK has successfully won over £60k for its clients since the beginning of 2017.

The cover image of Dr Sharon Thompson’s book 'Prenuptial Agreements and the Presumption of Free Choice: Issues of Power in Theory and Practice'

Prenuptial agreement monograph shortlisted for legal scholar award

10 August 2017

A ground-breaking book on prenuptial agreements has been shortlisted for the Society of Legal Scholars Birks Book Prize 2017.

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School named as host institution for prestigious United Nations Fellowship programme

9 August 2017

The School of Law & Politics has recently been named as a host institution for the United Nations Nippon Foundation Fellowship Programme.

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Cardiff academics present at international Family Law conference

9 August 2017

Academics from the School of Law and Politics made a number of presentations at the World Conference of the International Society of Family Law which took place last month.