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25 April 2016
A former PhD student has recently returned to Cardiff as a visiting academic in maritime law.
Professor Jiri Přibáň awarded the SLSA Socio-Legal Theory and History Prize this month for his book Sovereignty in Post-Sovereign Society.
Continuing professional development is a key part of any career and Law is certainly no exception.
21 April 2016
Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations was invited to participate at a NATO workshop.
Senior Lecturer in International Law & International Relations invited to participate as an international law of the sea expert .
20 April 2016
Nicolo Bertoncello and Laura Waddilove are finalists in the ‘Male Undergraduate of the Year’ Award and the ‘Future Civil Service Leader of the Year’ Awards.
14 April 2016
19 academics have joined the School of Law and Politics.
29 March 2016
Cardiff lecturer presents report at international conference.
14 March 2016
The European Journal of International Security (EJIS) launched in March 2016.
9 March 2016
University launches new online projects to help public better understand forthcoming Welsh Assembly Elections
4 March 2016
Professor Norman Doe of the Centre for Law and Religion has accepted an invitation to serve as the Editor-in-Chief for a new series of monographs which investigate and discuss the legal issues concerning religion.
Philip Evans, long time School supporter, has taken Silk; becoming a QC (Queen’s Counsel) this February.
29 February 2016
In January 2016, Professor Ambreena Manji participated in an expert reference group guiding the writing of the Urban Legal Guide for Sub-Saharan Africa.
22 February 2016
Dr Julie Doughty of the School of Law and Politics has been awarded a grant by the Nuffield Foundation.
8 February 2016
Manon George appeared on the BBC programme, The Wales Report.
3 February 2016
Survey finds local authorities falling short on respite care
29 January 2016
Independent review recommends politicians say no unless major changes made
9 December 2015
The Africa Research Institute (ARI) hosted the launch of Whose land is it anyway? The failure of land law reform in Kenya.
Jason Tucker of Cardiff Law School was invited to provide the Annual Legal Update at The Bond Solon Expert Witness Conference.
BPTC lecturer at the Centre for Professional Legal Studies to be included in prestigious directory of barristers.
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