Ciara Crosbie, a second year LLB Law with French Law student, was selected to represent Northern Ireland’s Senior Netball team at the European Championships, held in Belfast on 13 – 17 May.
The School of Law hosted a global mix of competition lawyers for its recent conference ‘Contemporary Challenges in Competition Law’.
On 14 – 15 May a second event in the AHRC funded ‘Dirty Assets’ workshop series was held at University of Notre Dame: London Law Centre.
- The Future of Pre-charge Police Bail - 17 June 2015, 09:30-16:00 | Seminar | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
- Community of Restorative Researchers: Inaugural Conference - 7 July 2015, 12:45 | Seminar | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
- Histories of Policing, Regulation and Security - 8 July 2015 — 9 July 2015, 10:00 - 17:00 | Conference | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
- The Race Relations Act @ 50 - 9 July 2015 — 10 July 2015, 9am - 5pm | Conference
BA Social Science
This is is an extended four-year degree programme, designed for prospective students that do not have the standard entry requirements.
Upon successful completion of the first year students can progress onto a range of undergraduate courses including BA Criminal Justice and Criminology.
Applications deadline 30 June 2015.
Dirk van Zyl Smit, Professor of Comparative and International Penal Law at the University of Nottingham, will be guest speaker at the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies’ seminar on Monday 27 April.
His paper will contrast the different approaches to the death penalty and life imprisonment in the USA and Europe, focusing on the difficulties raised when offenders face extradition.
This free public lecture is open to all but online registration is required in advance via Eventbrite.
The School of Law fosters and promotes research in all major fields of legal study, recognising the growing internationalisation of research agendas.
The School has also been ranked 4th equal in the UK for the impact of its research (REF 2014). Our research groups include: