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European Union law expert appointed to Irish Journal editorial board

28 September 2021

Dr Sara Drake appointed to the editorial board of the Irish Journal of European Law (IJEL)

Creative students make their mark on the Centre for Student Life

14 September 2021

Original artwork to represent services offered in new University landmark

Flight cancellations, consumer rights and the COVID-19 pandemic

8 September 2021

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the School of Law and Politics and Cardiff Business School are investigating consumer awareness of legal rights during the pandemic.

Canon Law Professor meets His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales

11 August 2021

This July, Professor Norman Doe presented His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales with a copy of his latest edited book at an event in St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.

Head of School joins editorial board of leading law journal

2 August 2021

Head of the School of Law and Politics, Professor Urfan Khaliq has been appointed to the editorial board of a prestigious international law journal.

Employment law scheme completes first year of online advice

30 July 2021

A Cardiff pro bono scheme has completed its first year of online service after offering valuable support to members of the public throughout the pandemic.

Share of people in Wales experiencing severe mental health issues more than doubled during pandemic, report finds

16 July 2021

“Significant resources” will be required for support services

Global law scholars elected to Learned Society of Wales

30 June 2021

Two experts in diverse areas of international law have been elected as Fellows of the prestigious Learned Society of Wales.

Cardiff academic shortlisted for historical literary prize

22 June 2021

A book written by a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law and Politics has been shortlisted for this year’s Royal Historical Society's Whitfield Prize in British and Irish History.

Edeh Gharibi

Cardiff student reaches final of Legal Mind competition

11 May 2021

An intersectionality champion from the School of Law and Politics has been named as a finalist in a national law competition.