‘Having a research question is a starting point, not the end point’ – researching local content requirement policies opens Law student Nisha’s eyes to the world of academic study.
Working on this project gave Kamila the chance to explore her interest in human rights, and ended up giving her a much greater appreciation of both the challenges of academic research and what it means to be ‘stateless’.
Law student Dilraj Ahmed questions whether Britain has learnt from its experiences with Ireland last century in terms of how it deals with individuals from ‘suspect communities’ today.
What are judicial directions? Do they actually work? Or can they have a ‘backfire effect’? These are some of the questions Law student Helga had to tackle for her UG Research Scholarship.
‘It is always the first thing I am asked about in interviews, and always the main thing I talk about’ – Law student Angela explains what working on the UG Research Scholarship this summer has meant to her.
Laura-Anne Goulding from the Birmingham Law School shares her experiences of undertaking research for the Women’s Legal Landmarks project, which marks landmarks from 950 AD right up to the present day.