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Practice turn workshop attendees

School welcomes world leading scholars for workshop on the Practice Turn

24 October 2016

This October, Politics and International Relations staff hosted a workshop on the practice turn in International Relations.

Great British Pounds

Millions at stake in crucial treasury negotiations

24 October 2016

New report by Wales Governance Centre and Institute for Fiscal Studies into tax devolution in Wales

Hugh James Solicitors with students

Hugh James offers sought-after placements

17 October 2016

Cardiff law students benefit from professional work experience

Cardiff Legal Walk 2016

Student and staff team raise money for crucial legal services

17 October 2016

This September students joined forces with law and politics lecturers and representatives from the city's legal profession to take part in the annual Cardiff Legal Walk.

Male Interview Panel

All male panels

29 September 2016

How to break the cycle of discrimination

Branwen Gruffydd Jones, John Harrington, Ambreena Manji and Sara Dezaley

Land law scholar appointed Vice President of African Studies Association

28 September 2016

Professor of Land Law and Development, Ambreena Manji was recently appointed Vice President of the African Studies Association UK (ASAUK) during its biennial conference in Cambridge.

The sea

The future of Africa’s seas and oceans. Reader in International Relations speaks at event in Addis Ababa

27 September 2016

This October the African Union will conclude its negotiation of the Lome Charter which will provide a new foundation for Africa’s blue economy and ocean governance.

Professor René Lindstädt

A trailblazer in the UK and Europe

21 September 2016

New Head of Cardiff University’s School of Law and Politics outlines his vision

Fishing at sea

Law lecturer participates in UN Fish Stocks Review

6 September 2016

Dr Richard Caddell participated at the resumed Review Conference of the UN Fish Stocks Agreement.

Internet governance

International Relations lecturer contributes to European Commission’s Internet Governance discussion

26 August 2016

Dr Andrea Calderaro contributed to a round-table discussion this June on Internet Governance capacity building organised by the European Commission.

Richard Rawlins

Honorary Distinguished Professor

17 August 2016

Richard Rawlings nominated for honorary role at Wales Governance Centre

Edwin July 2016

International Law lecturer presents at African day of Seas and Oceans event

1 August 2016

Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations presented a paper at the African Union Headquarters, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to celebrate the African Union Commission (AUC) African Day of the Seas and Oceans this July.

Professor Gillian Douglas appointed as Executive Dean for The Dickson Poon School of Law

22 July 2016

Professor Gillian Douglas has been appointed as the new Executive Dean of The Dickson Poon School of Law at Kings College, London. 

Laura McAllister

Leading devolution expert joins University

18 July 2016

Professor Laura McAllister CBE takes up new role with Wales Governance Centre

Marching

Sustaining future army reserves

7 July 2016

Further improvements to recruitment, retention and training of Army Reserve Forces needed

Law tutor appointed president of national adjudication panel

22 June 2016

Claire Sharp, Law framework tutor has recently been appointed as President of the Adjudication Panel for Wales.

Norman Doe

Higher Cambridge Doctorate for Cardiff Law Professor

21 June 2016

Professor Norman Doe has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Law (LLD) by the University of Cambridge.

The Cardiff Sports Law Negotiation Team - Fidel Otafirre, Adam Munn, Roma Raja Rai and Calvin Cheng.

Sports Law students impress at inaugural negotiation competition

1 June 2016

A team of Cardiff Law students took part in the UK’s first Sports Law Negotiation Competition last month hosted by Leeds firm, Shulmans LLP.

Cardiff Law School’s Global Justice Pro Bon students receive a copy of Ben Rawlence’s book City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp as a token of thanks for their work.

Global Justice Showcase

26 May 2016

This May the School of Law and Politics Global Justice Pro-Bono programme held an event to showcase the work of students carried out during the 2015-2016 academic year.

International Relations Lecturer facilitates Anti Street Harassment workshop in Egypt

12 May 2016

Lecturer in International Relations, recently co-organised a research workshop in Cairo on ‘Anti-Street Harassment Tactics’.