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Law Postgraduate Research Students

Learn about some of the research undertaken by our current postgraduate law students.

Current students

Neil Wilkinson

Neil's research will focus upon access to justice for service women who have been subjected to sexual violence and or/sexual harassment by other members of the armed forces.

Mengyu Cui

Mengyu's research attempts to explain the rationales and limitations of compensation regimes for environmental damage from the perspectives of reasons for formation and effectiveness.

Mauricio Figueroa

Mauricio’s research focuses on the exploration of people’s internet activity after they die, in terms of access and ownership.

Li Wang

Li's project explores if the constitutionalisation of environmental rights is a favourable solution to environmental crises in China.

Damian Beasley-Suffolk

Damian's research analyses the extent to which the objects of Competition law rules are achieved in the context of Standard Essential Patents in mobile communications network industries.

Jinshuo Liu

Jinshuo's thesis examines the status of frozen embryos and their disposition in different situations.

Zora Kizilyurek

Zora’s research focuses on how compulsory mediation could be implemented for civil and commercial cases in England and Wales.

Igor Szpotakowski

Igor will undertake a comparative analysis of digital civil courts and understandings of the concept of digital justice in Poland, the UK and in the PRC.

Viktoriia Hamaiunova

Viktoriia's thesis focuses on the risks of violation of Article 6 of the ECHR in connection with the integration of mediation into the judicial system.

Bernardo Carvalho de Mello

Bernardo's thesis focuses on creating a taxonomy of discrimination based on cases from the European and Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

Cristian van Eijk

Cristian's thesis considers how environmental law applies in space through historical and anticolonial lenses and aims to reconsider the environmental status of space from the ground up.

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