Study Law at Birmingham
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Birmingham Law School ranked in top 100 globally
(7 days ago) Birmingham Law School has climbed 71 places in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 rankings, making it one of the top law schools in the world. Professor Lisa Webley, Head of Birmingham Law School, said “We are delighted that Birmingham Law School has been recognised as one
About Birmingham Law School
(7 days ago) About Birmingham Law School. For almost 100 years Birmingham Law School has led the way in legal education and research. One of the world’s finest law schools, we continue to provide our students with innovative, challenging and research-driven education. Our research contributes not only to the legal profession, but also to business
Law, Technology, Ethics
(8 days ago) Law, Technology, Ethics. This sub-theme can be very broadly described in terms of ‘Critical investigation of emerging technologies, ethics and society, broadly understood including the governance of emerging technologies in liberal democratic political orders. Broad and varied in disciplinary orientation, with interdisciplinary integration
LLB for Graduates
(3 days ago) The LLB for Graduates degree course is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in a non-law subject who are looking to pursue a future legal career as it provides the exciting opportunity to gain a qualifying law degree in two years. Alongside the seven foundation subjects of law you will
Dr Julian Lonbay
(6 days ago) Dr Julian Lonbay studied for his law degree in Scotland at Dundee University and undertook his doctoral studies in Fiesole at the European University Institute. He has been based at Birmingham Law School since 1979. Julian was a Professeur Invité at the Faculty of Law and Economic Science in the University of Limoges in France between 1981
Contact Birmingham Law School
(9 days ago) Birmingham Law School University of Birmingham Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT United Kingdom. Current student enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org. Prospective student enquiries: Enquiries are managed by the Marketing and Student Recruitment team. Messages will be passed on to the relevant Admissions Tutors where appropriate. Undergraduate LLB: Enquiry form
Behind the Scenes at Birmingham Law School
(8 days ago) Behind the Scenes at BLS: Josephine Gillingwater. Description. Josephine Gillingwater explains that at BLS she gained the skills not only to interpret and analyse the law, but through the pro bono programme, the skills needed to engage with people that the law impacts. Date:
Dr Catherine Mitchell
(1 days ago) Catherine is a Reader in Private Law at Birmingham Law School. Her research and teaching centres mainly around Contract law and related subjects. She has published widely on different aspects of contract law and her work has been cited by the House of Lords, the Singapore Court of Appeal and by the Law Commissions of England and Scotland.
Moral determinations in international law: lessons from
(2 days ago) 1 day ago · Moral determinations in international law: lessons from the seals dispute. This was the first webinar of the International Economic Law and Policy Working Group (IELPWG) of Birmingham Law School. The event took place on Monday 18 October 2021.
Dr Henok Asmelash
(8 days ago) Dr Henok Asmelash joined Birmingham Law School in January 2020. Prior to joining the University of Birmingham, he was a Postdoctoral Global Fellow at New York University School of Law and a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law.
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili
(6 days ago) Dr Orakhelashvili’s research focuses on all areas of public international law. He is an author of Peremptory Norms in International Law (OMIL, OUP 2006, paperback 2008, 657 pages), the first and so far the only comprehensive study of the complex phenomenon of peremptory norms in the international legal system. He has also authored The Interpretation of Acts and Rules in Public International
Nigerian students at Birmingham Law School
(5 days ago) Birmingham Law School has a thriving population of more than 70 students from Nigeria currently studying a range of our LLB, LLM and research degree programmes. Osione and Mariam chose Law. England and Nigeria share a Common Law heritage and Birmingham Law School has a long history of welcoming Nigerian students.
International Students at Birmingham Law School
(8 days ago) Explore the range of Law courses we offer, from our LLBs and LLMs to MJur and PhD research courses. On each page, you will find your country-specific grades under 'Entry Requirements'. Get an insight into student life and hear tops tips from our students with our dedicated pages for Canada, Hong Kong, India, Nigeria and Singapore!
Dr Henok Asmelash
(7 days ago) Dr Henok Asmelash joined Birmingham Law School in January 2020. Prior to joining the University of Birmingham, he was a Postdoctoral Global Fellow at New York University School of Law and a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law.
Staff research supervisors in health and health care law
(Just Now) Mental Capacity and Disability Law, especially research involving questions of everyday decision-making, dementia, intellectual disability, powers of attorney, advance directives and end of life decision making. Gender, Sexuality and Law, particularly issues to do with care, family law…
Staff research supervisors in law and society
(1 days ago) John Baldwin was Head of Birmingham Law School between August 2003 and August 2006. He was the Director of the Institute of Judicial Administration for over twenty years following his appointment in 1982. He was an Assistant Head of School with responsibility for coordinating research within the Birmingham Law School between 2001 and 2003.
Professor Robert Lee
(3 days ago) Address. Birmingham Law School. University of Birmingham. Edgbaston. Birmingham. B15 2TT. UK. Robert Lee is an Emeritus Professor of Law of Birmingham Law School. He is a former Head of School and Director of the Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research (CEPLER).
Staff research supervisors in commercial and company law
(4 days ago) Professor Nelson Enonchong. Barber Professor of Law. Deputy Head of School (Staffing and Strategy) Professor Enonchong is the author of three major practitioner works in the field of banking and commercial law. He has advised in a number of complex international commercial disputes and has acted as an arbitrator in international commercial
Canadian students at Birmingham Law School
(4 days ago) A Canadian's Guide to Studying Law in the UK Birmingham Law School has a long history of welcoming students from Canada. In particular, our LLB and LLB for Graduates programmes are very popular with Canadian students. England and Canada share a Common Law heritage and much of what is taught on each country’s law courses is similar.
Online Environmental Law Modules University of Birmingham
(4 days ago) The Online LLM in Energy and Environmental Law is a 180 credit full masters programme which takes approximately two and a half years to complete. You will take three 20 credit modules in your first year, followed by three 20 credit modules in your second year, with each module lasting approximately 16 …
Professor Rosie Harding
(6 days ago) Birmingham Law School. University of Birmingham. Edgbaston. Birmingham. B15 2TT. UK. Professor Rosie Harding's research explores the place of law in everyday life. Her primary interests are in social justice, disability and family law. Her work has a particular focus on the regulation and recognition of caring and intimate relationships.
Dr Lovleen Bhullar
(8 days ago) Dr Lovleen Bhullar joined Birmingham Law School in September 2020 as Lecturer. Previously, she was a Research Fellow in Regulation and Antimicrobial Resistance at Edinburgh Law School. While pursuing doctoral studies, she taught Law and Nature (LLB), International Environmental Law (LLM) and Water Law and Governance (LLM/MSc).
Professor Jean V. McHale
(4 days ago) Professor Jean McHale researches and writes in the area of Health Law and Health Care law. She is the Director of the Centre for Health Law, Science and Policy at Birmingham Law School. Her recent books include The Regulation of Cosmetic Procedures: Legal, Ethical and Practical Challenges” with Dr Melanie Latham (Routledge 2020; European Health Law: Themes and Implications with Hervey
LLM Law of International Organisations
(4 days ago) The law of international organisations is one of the most popular areas of public international law and is taught in many universities in the UK, Europe and North America. It has been a central subject of research of many worldwide leading scholars of international law. Moreover, international organisations occupy increasing place in
Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research
(7 days ago) Emma Flint has been named the 2020 winner of the prestigious Oxford University Press Law Teacher of the Year. Posted 17 January 2020. City firms risk breaking rules with onshore centres. Article at Legal Futures discussing recent research by Birmingham Senior Lecturer Emily Carroll. The paper, published in the journal Legal Ethics, is the only
LLB for Graduates
(9 days ago) The LLB for Graduates is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in a non-law subject who are looking to pursue a future legal career as it provides an opportunity to gain a qualifying law degree in two years. The programme is popular with both international and UK students. Applications
Staff research supervisors in constitutional and
(8 days ago) Alan Greene is a Reader in Constitutional Law and Human Rights, specialising in constitutional law and human rights. His research focuses on the limits of constitutionalism, judicial review and the role of courts in vindicating the rule of law. He explores these themes in the context of emergency powers, counter-terrorism, constituent power
How to Write a Research Proposal
(Just Now) Learn more about Birmingham's doctoral research programmes in Law: Birmingham Law School is home to a broad range of internationally excellent and world-leading legal academics, with a thriving postgraduate research community. The perfect place for your postgraduate study. Law PhD / PhD by Distance Learning / MPhil / MJur
Professor Lisa Webley
(4 days ago) Birmingham Law School. University of Birmingham. Edgbaston. Birmingham. B15 2TT. UK. Professor Lisa Webley’s research concerns the regulation, education and ethicality and professionalism of the legal profession, and broader access to justice and rule of law concerns. She has been the Principal Investigator on several large research projects
Singaporean students at Birmingham Law School
(7 days ago) Birmingham Law School has a thriving population of almost 60 students from Singapore currently studying one of our LLB, LLM or research degree programmes. England and Singapore share a Common Law heritage and Birmingham Law School has a long history of welcoming Singaporean students. The UK is the home of Common Law, and traditional
LLM Degree in International Commercial Law University of
(9 days ago) The past few decades have seen enormous growth in global commerce, increasing the importance and prominence of international commercial law. This area of law provides a basis for international business transactions and the development of international markets. The increasing relevance of our LLM
Professor Sean Coyle
(7 days ago) Birmingham Law School. University of Birmingham. Edgbaston. Birmingham. B15 2TT. UK. Professor Coyle writes and teaches on aspects of legal and political philosophy. In 2004 his work won one of the SLS Prizes for Outstanding Legal Scholarship. His next book, From Positivism to Idealism, was shortlisted for the 2008 Inner Temple Book Prize.