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Professor John Harrington (pictured centre) with Professor Martin Kayman, Professor Gary Watt, Professor Marie-Andrée Jacob and Professor Jiri Priban.

Rhetorical look at Medical Law book launched by Centre for Law and Society

19 June 2017

The Centre for Law and Society recently held a launch event for a new book described as “an interdisciplinary tour de force” that “sheds new light on debates in medical ethics and law”.

Promoting healthcare improvement

19 June 2017

Delivering healthcare improvement through process and cultural change

Supporting pregnancy and maternity rights

19 June 2017

Pledging to improve the workplace for pregnant women and new mothers

Lessons learnt workshop for Highways England research projects

16 June 2017

Researchers from 10 projects present their findings and evaluations

Chloe Samuels (centre) is presented with her German Teacher Award by German Ambassador Dr Peter Ammon (left) and renowned writer John le Carré (right).

School of Modern Language’s alumna scoops German Teacher Award accolade

16 June 2017

A former student was recently presented with an award which highlighted her outstanding achievements as a German teacher.

Challenges and logistics of minting new coin

15 June 2017

Breakfast Briefing welcomes the Royal Mint's Supply Chain Director

Lisa-Marie Knight, named Junior Lawyer of the Year by the Cardiff and District Law Society.

Law alumnus awarded Junior Lawyer award at annual celebration

15 June 2017

A former Law student was recently celebrated by the Cardiff and District Law Society who named her Junior Lawyer of the Year at their annual dinner.

Hummingbird

14 June 2017

UK launch of fourth novel for Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing

Aerial shot of archaeological dig

Hebridean Norsemen

14 June 2017

New exhibition shares decades of archaeology from the Outer Hebrides for the first time

Employment Law book and hammer

Employment law reform needed to fix social care in the UK

14 June 2017

Cardiff research provides timely insights into the UK’s crisis of social care