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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.

A carer in an old people's home

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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New book on social care crisis profiled by The Guardian

9 August 2017

A new book which discusses the UK’s crisis of social care has been profiled by The Guardian.

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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.

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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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New Law and Christianity series includes insight from Cardiff Law and Religion scholars

4 August 2017

Members of the Centre for Law and Religion have contributed to a new book series on Law and Christianity published by Cambridge University Press.

Professor Norman Doe with the first female Bishop of Llandaff, the Very Reverend June Osborne.

Law Professor plays a role in historical church appointment

3 August 2017

Professor of Law, Norman Doe recently played a part in the consecration of the first female Bishop of Llandaff.