In this post, Dr Lovleen Bhullar and Professor Natasa Mavronicola discuss how climate change and climate anxiety can shape students’ experiences and pursuits within and beyond the Law School.
In this post, Professor Alexander Orakhelashvili comments on contributions relating to the legal regime of the use of force by professors Ingrid (Wuerth) Brunk and Monica Hakimi, co-editors in chief of the American Journal of International Law.
In this post, Dr John Kendall discusses measures to safeguard detainees from harm and the relevant issues of accountability
In this post, Dr Chukwuma Okoli explains how his interest in the commercial conflict of laws has developed
The month’s Research Spotlight is on Samantha Schnobel and her work on doctrinal and theoretical approaches to relational obligations in negligence.
In this post John Tingle discusses the circular nature of NHS patient safety policy making, practice and warns about the risk of health care staff becoming desensitised by the frequency of patient safety reports into crises and repetition of messages.
In this post, Professor Martin Trybus discusses small and medium-size Enterprises in the context of EU Defence Procurement Law
This month’s Research Spotlight is on Felix E. Torres and his work on transitional justice, reparations and economic and social rights in post-conflict societies.
In this post, Dr Eric Ngang discusses his research interests in the area of climate change
In this post, Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili comments on the recent academic debate regarding the use of force and self-defence in international law