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Lessons from piracy

5 March 2015

Counter-Piracy Governance Project to manage CGPCS website and archive.

Professor Doe with Pro-Vice Chancellor of Oxford University, the Revd Dr Ralph Waller.

Corpus Christi welcomes Cardiff Professor as Visiting Research Scholar

26 February 2015

Professor Norman Doe elected by the governing body of Corpus Christi College Oxford as a Visiting Research Scholar.

Professor Wincott, Lord Hope and Professor Khaliq

Lord Hope discusses the dilemmas of judging

13 February 2015

Former Deputy President of the Supreme Court presented a captivating lecture at Cardiff Law School.

‘Serious concern’ over cost of Court of Protection proceedings

3 February 2015

New research reveals high costs and significantly more cases in England than Wales.

Innocence Project

Making history in university innocence projects

9 December 2014

Cardiff Law School Innocence Project made history today, as the Court of Appeal announced its decision that Dwaine George’s conviction for murder was unsafe.

Law school international scholarship winners

Cardiff Law School awards £83,000 in scholarships to international students

31 October 2014

Over 20 international students attended a short ceremony hosted by the Law School and were presented with their International Scholarship Awards.

Cardiff Law researcher joins interdisciplinary team for crucial adoption study in Wales

31 October 2014

Dr Julie Doughty has teamed up with researchers in psychology, social sciences and policy from both Cardiff and Bristol University to promote successful adoption in Wales.

Dr Cahill-O'Callaghan

2014 SLS Best Paper Prize awarded to Cardiff Law researcher

16 October 2014

Dr Cahill-O'Callaghan’s paper, 'Reframing the Judicial Diversity Debate: Personal Values and Tacit Diversity', awarded the prestigious Best Paper Prize by the Society of Legal Scholars.

Cardiff Law School Professor awarded senior Oxford University degree

18 September 2014

Richard Lewis was awarded one of Oxford University’s most senior degrees.

English voters want hard line on Scotland

English voters want hard line on Scotland

20 August 2014

People in England want a hard line to be taken with Scotland, whatever the outcome of the independence referendum, according to research led by Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre.