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Interpreting Article 50

9 December 2016

As the Government’s appeal on Brexit has been heard by the Supreme Court, a Cardiff University academic says EU interpretation of Article 50 needs to be taken more seriously.

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National Teaching Fellowships

9 December 2016

Two members of staff awarded fellowships for achievement in learning and teaching in higher education

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Students visit Senedd to discuss devolution with Lord Elis-Thomas

8 December 2016

Students from the School of Law and Politics' innovative module 'Devolution in Practice' recently visited the Senedd in Cardiff Bay for a special seminar session.

Dr Edwin Egede

Cardiff lecturer appointed as UN expert consultant

7 December 2016

Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations has recently been appointed as an expert consultant by the United Nations.

Rt Hon The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales,   Rt. Hon. Dame Sian Elias, GNZM, Chief Justice of New Zealand and Prof Chantal Stebbings (Chair of the Hamlyn Trust).

“Fair and Just” – School hosts prestigious Hamlyn lecture

30 November 2016

The School of Law and Politics played host to the first Hamlyn lecture of the 2016 series; welcoming The Rt. Hon. Dame Sian Elias, GNZM, Chief Justice of New Zealand to Cardiff in November.

Professor James Gathii

Law and Global Justice group welcomes Professor James Gathii to Cardiff lecture

30 November 2016

Our Law and Global Justice Research Group welcomed eminent Professor, James Gathii to Cardiff this November.

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Reshaping the Senedd

30 November 2016

New report shows how to elect a larger, more effective National Assembly

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New research project investigates maritime security capacity building in the Western Indian Ocean

29 November 2016

A new research project hosted by Politics and International Relations academics and the university’s Crime and Security Research Institute will study lessons from maritime security capacity building in the Western Indian Ocean.

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Global Justice Programme wins funding for student placements overseas

25 November 2016

A group of three law students will be placed with a leading public interest litigation and constitutional reform organisation in Kenya next summer as a result of a successful application to the University’s Global Opportunities Fund.

Nachatira Thuraichamy at the  UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Environmental Law student attends historic Climate Change conference in Marrakech

22 November 2016

A third year Law student recently won the rare opportunity to attend a UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech.