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Newcastle will be hosting the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Seminar in 2023

Newcastle will be hosting the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Seminar in 2023

26 September 2022

Art and Law Projects @ Newcastle Law School: Poetry Competition

2023 marks 100 years of teaching law and 60 years of Newcastle Law School graduates. As part of the celebrations, we are launching a poetry competition where the winning poem will be featured in the School garden.

23 September 2022

Law academic chosen to give the Laudatio for Emerita Professor Esin Örücü

Congratulations to Sue Farran, who was invited to give the Laudatio at the International Academy of Comparative Law.

07 June 2022

Newcastle Law School announces a new Postgraduate Scholarship for Mediation and International Commericial Dispute Resolution

The School has launched a new scholarship, to be awarded to 6 applicants who apply to commence the new LLM Mediation degree programme.

06 May 2022

Newcastle Law School joins forces with notable alumna Professor Funke Abimbola MBE for equality, diversity, and inclusion initiative

Newcastle Law School joins forces with notable alumna Professor Funke Abimbola MBE for equality, diversity, and inclusion initiative

14 April 2022

Newcastle University launches new online Masters course

Newcastle Law School has launched a new online Master in Laws (LL.M.) degree programme in Mediation and International Commercial Dispute Resolution.

27 March 2022

Dr Abimbola - Newcastle Law School's new Visiting Professor of Practice

Newcastle Law School is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Abimbola MBE as a new Visiting Professor of Practice.

31 January 2022

Dr Jacqueline Kinghan appointed as Scottish Human Rights Commissioner

Congratulations to Dr Jacqueline Kinghan, for her appointment as Commissioner

12 April 2021

Ian McEwan’s Machines Like Me and the thorny issue of robot rights

Ian McEwan’s latest book, Machines Like Me: A Novel offers an alternative history: Britain has lost the Falklands War, Margaret Thatcher is waging an election campaign against Tony Benn and Alan Turing survived homophobic persecution to achieve breakthroughs in artificial intelligence.

12 January 2021

Happy the elephant was denied rights designed for humans – but the legal definition of ‘person’ is still evolving

Nobody knows how old Happy is. Sometime in the 1970s, she and six other youngsters were taken from their family group (probably in Thailand) and sold to an entertainment complex in California where they were forced to perform for paying guests.

06 January 2021

Cambodia: treason trials the latest in the country’s slide to autocracy

If you are simply going on the number of political trials in Cambodia at the moment, the country would seem to be politically unstable – a hotbed of unrest. Hundreds of people are on trial for incitement, conspiracy, and violence endangering the nation.

27 November 2020

Law academic chosen for UKRI applications panel

Congratulations to Sue Farran, who has been invited to be a panelist to assess applications submitted to UKRI.

06 April 2020

Doctors Without Borders study published

Research conducted by Dr Gil-Bazo with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has just been published at the OUP peer-review Refugee Survey Quarterly.

17 February 2020

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