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Bailiffs explained – new book explores untapped area of law enforcement

7 January 2022

A new book on civil enforcement agents, popularly known as bailiffs, has been written by a Senior Lecturer in Law at the School of Law and Politics.

Inner Temple elects Cardiff academic to Benchership

13 December 2021

An expert in Ecclesiastical Law has been elected as a Master of the Bench of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple.

Global ban on fracking supported by Cardiff environmental scholar

10 December 2021

The outcomes of an international tribunal, instigated by a Cardiff Law academic, have led to a call for the UN to support a global ban on fracking.

Funding co-operation agreement policies achievable given fiscal outlook, report says

8 December 2021

Welsh budget boosted by increase in UK government funding

Cardiff University researchers join £10m centre for inclusive trade policy

29 November 2021

ESRC-funded centre to support government decision making

Prestigious prize celebrates impact of two Cardiff University research projects

29 November 2021

ESRC awards researchers in public policy and early career categories

The legal protection of the Amazon – Cardiff academic part of global collaboration

19 November 2021

A group of academics from around the world will come together this November at a webinar to discuss the protection of the Amazon rainforest and the crucial role it plays in preventing climate change.

A number of the IR scholars featured in the online exhibition by the University of Madrid. Professor Zalewski is pictured on the bottom row, second from right.

University of Madrid profiles Cardiff academic in International Relations exhibition

16 November 2021

A Cardiff academic is currently featured in an online exhibition which showcases the work of women scientists and thinkers who have made important contributions to theoretical debates in the discipline of International Relations (IR).

The Pawb a’i farn panellists. Emily, who also worked behind the scenes on the programme, is pictured here on the far left.

BAFTA Cymru win for third year IR student

10 November 2021

A third year School of Law and Politics student has scooped a BAFTA Cymru award for a programme that made history on Welsh speaking television.

Law student secures place on scholarship programme set up in memory of Stephen Lawrence

9 November 2021

Scheme aims to encourage diversity in City institutions