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Cardiff Law and Religion experts included in new research handbook

7 January 2019

Two academics and a former Law student from Cardiff have recently been named in a new handbook for Law and Religion.

Innocence Project

Cardiff University Innocence Project overturns second case at Court of Appeal

21 December 2018

Law students help to quash wrongful conviction

Have you been affected by legal aid cuts?

12 December 2018

A project investigating the effect of 2013’s legal aid cuts is on the lookout for personal stories which highlight the human element of its research.

LawWorks charity recognises School’s contribution to pro bono work

20 November 2018

A charity committed to enabling access to justice has recognised the School of Law and Politics’ Pro Bono unit by shortlisting its work in two categories at this year’s annual awards.

Young offender

Self-harm and violence rates in Young Offender Institutions

13 November 2018

New statistics reveal shocking picture in England and Wales

Heledd Ainsworth

Welsh education scholarship awarded to Cardiff Law student

1 November 2018

For the second year running, a School of Law and Politics student has been awarded a prestigious William Salesbury Scholarship.

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Cardiff academic cited in United Nations environmental study

15 October 2018

A book on environmental crime by a Cardiff Law academic has recently been cited in a United Nations Study.

Britain break-up

May’s ‘Precious Union’ has little support in Brexit Britain

9 October 2018

New research casts doubt on future of a United Kingdom

A man at a computer looking at data charts

Untapped resources and quantitative data explored in new interdisciplinary research centre

8 October 2018

An innovative research centre which aims to use previously untapped data sources and cutting edge research methods has been launched by the School of Law and Politics.

Dr Lydia Hayes with former High Court judge Dame Linda Dobbs at the Inner Temple, London.

Stories of Care wins Society of Legal Scholars prize

20 September 2018

A book which explores the day-to-day sexism and class-bias encountered by homecare workers has won the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Peter Birks second prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship.