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Qualifying Law Degrees and Criminal Justice and Criminology
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Our academic staff are engaged in research in all major fields of legal and criminological study.
Their expertise enriches teaching, shapes policy and practice, and makes a real difference to people's lives locally and globally.
This semester has seen the School of Law launch a new community engagement project, in collaboration with St Giles Trust.
Student volunteers have been busy researching and delivering interactive presentations on the gender pay gap to school, college, and university students about the relevant law and the wider social impact the pay gap has.
On 27 April 2018, Professor Whelan contributed to two conference panels at a full-day international conference at the University of Würtzburg.
- The Uberisation of Legal Practice - 30 May 2018, 17:30 - 19:30 | Lecture | Centre for Law and Social Justice, CIRLE: Centre for Innovation and Research in Legal Education
- Police use of Body-Worn Cameras and the prosecution of domestic abuse: policy, practice and research - 5 June 2018, 9:15 - 16:00 | Conference | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
- School of Law PGR Conference - Brexit and EU Law: A Way Forward - 11 June 2018, 09:00 - 17:00 | Conference
"I am passionate about law as it is a subject that affects every single one of us in our daily lives. I have enjoyed studying subjects such as Family Law, Health Care Law and Criminal Law and I had an eight week internship at Irwin Mitchell solicitors in Leeds."
Jodie Buck, LLB Law