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Trading Room tech partnership extended

21 November 2016

School extends partnership with Market Squared

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Damages and Compensation Culture

21 November 2016

With compensation culture in the news and the Government proposing to limit access to the legal system for those who have suffered whiplash injuries, a timely book has been published which features chapters from two academics from the School of Law and Politics. 

Professor WIlliam Housley

Professor awarded prestigious Vincent Wright Chair

21 November 2016

The Vincent Wright Chair is a visiting professorship that promotes academic exchanges between France and Britain.

The Rt. Hon. Dominic Grieve QC MP at the School of Law and Politics.

“A step too far? Where is international law in the light of Brexit?”

20 November 2016

The Rt. Hon. Dominic Grieve QC MP was welcomed to the School of Law and Politics this November to deliver the School’s annual lecture.

Professor Celia Kitzinger

Christian perspectives around death and dying

18 November 2016

Public event explores Christian values and beliefs around end-of-life-care.

US Election: Insurgence or collapse?

18 November 2016

US Election: Insurgence or collapse? Philosopher’s insight shakes up Twitter

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Confucius Institute brings world’s most spoken language to Wales

18 November 2016

The global aspirations of young people in Wales are being boosted by a teacher training scheme

Agile working under the spotlight

18 November 2016

Breakfast Briefing considers agile and flexible working

James and the Giant Peach at City Hall

Cardiff: Creative Capital

17 November 2016

Symposium to explore what makes a creative city

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‘Fictitious’ politician one of Wales’ most recognised MEPs

17 November 2016

Welsh Election Study reveals striking results about voter recognition of elected representatives