Durham Law School
Durham University is a world top-100 university, and England’s third oldest university.
Durham Law School is one of the UK's most distinguished law schools. We were ranked 4th in the UK for research excellence in 2008, and are consistently rated one of the top UK law schools for quality of teaching and employability of its students. Read more about the School...
Leading human rights lawyer formally opens new Durham Law School building
Baroness Kennedy unveiled a plaque as part of a ceremony celebrating the £7 million building, off the city’s Stockton Road, which is part of a wider investment in facilities to enhance the experience offered to students at Durham.
Tuesday 25 June 2013
Human Rights in Ireland is a group academic blog with a focus on human rights issues in Ireland (external blog).
Inherently Human is a blog on law, gender and sexuality, run by a team drawn from current and past members of the research group GLAD (Gender and Law at Durham).
UK Constitutional Law UK Constitutional Law Group blog is a constitutional law blog with contributions from Durham Law School Staff (external blog, administered by the UKCLG)
Durhamlawcareers is a blog run by the Careers Advisory Service and dedicated to legal careers.
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- Schütze, Robert. (2014). 'Foreign Affairs and the European Constitution - Selected Essays'. Cambridge University Press.
- Dougan, M. NicShuibhne, N. & Spaventa, E. (2012). Empowerment and Disempowerment of the European Citizen. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
- Andrés Delgado Casteleiro & Joris Larik (2013). The ‘Odd Couple’ The Responsibility of the EU at the WTO. In The International Responsibility of the European Union: European and International Perspectives. Evans, Malcolm D & Koutrakos, Panos Oxford: Hart. 233 - 256.
- Brooks, Thom (2013). Philosophy Unbound: The Idea of Global Philosophy. Metaphilosophy 44(3): 254-266.
- 2013-2014 Critical Debates on Counter-Terrorist Judicial Review (£9998.00 from The British Academy) investigated by Fiona de Londras
- 2013-2016 Neo-Federalism - Dividing Power Among People(s); European Research Council,€ 909.662. investigated by Robert Schütze
- 2013-2014 Securing Europe Through Counter-Terrorism - Impact, Legitimacy and Effectiveness (£166166.77 from European Commission) investigated by Fiona de Londras
- 2012-2013 Food Marketing Regulation and Childhood Obesity Prevention (£98745.46 from Esrc) investigated by Amandine Garde
- 2012-2015 Mind the (Housing Wealth) Gap: Intergenerational (£125047.17 from The Leverhulme Trust) investigated by Lorna Fox O'Mahony
- 2011-2014 Philip Leverhulme Prize (£70000.00 from The Leverhulme Trust) investigated by Mathias Siems
- 2010-2015 Tipping Points: mathematics, metaphors and meaning (£150885.00 from The Leverhulme Trust) investigated by Roman Tomasic
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The LLB is now full for 2013 entry and we will not be considering any further applications through UCAS Extra.