Durham University is a world top-100 university, and England’s third oldest university; Durham Law School is consistently ranked as one of the top five in the UK being ranked 3rd in the UK for research excellence in 2014, and is rated one of the very best UK law schools for quality of teaching and employability of its students. Our intellectual community comprises a diverse and international body of academics, many of whom are leaders in their field, working together with a large and diverse group of postgraduate research students. Our courses are highly regarded, entry is very competitive and we select an excellent student intake from across the world, offering them a cutting-edge and engaging curriculum, delivered through excellent, research-led teaching.
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Thursday 26 January 2017
- THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED: The impact of Brexit on fundamental rights – the EU perspective 1:00pm to 2:00pm, Hogan Lovells Lecture Theatre, Professor Eleanor Spaventa
- “Life at the Criminal Bar" 4:00pm to 5:30pm, PCL054, Jason Sugarman and Jessica Tate, 9-12 Bell Yard
Thursday 2 February 2017
- Brexit Lecture Series: 'The impact of Brexit on fundamental rights – the UK perspective' 1:00pm to 2:00pm, PCL048, Professor Gavin Phillipson
- Vera-Gray, F. (2016). Men's Intrusion, Women's Embodiment: A critical analysis of street harassment. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
- Brooks, Thom (2016). Becoming British: UK Citizenship Examined. London: Biteback Publishing.
- Fenwick, Helen, Phillipson, Gavin & Williams, Alexander (2016). Text, Cases and Materials on Public Law and Human Rights. Routledge (4th edn).
- Brazier, Margaret & Cave, Emma (2016). Medicine, Patients and the Law. Manchester University Press.
- Campbell, Liz (2017). Commentary on DPP v. Tiernan. In Northern / Irish Feminist Judgments: Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity. Enright, Máiréad, Mccandleuss, Julie & O'Donoghue, Aoife Hart Publishing.
- Pattinson, Shaun D. (2017). Advance Refusals and the Personal Identity Objection. In Ethical Rationalism and the Law. Capps, Patrick & Pattinson, Shaun D. Oxford: Hart Publishing. 91-108.
- Akseli, N.O. (2017). SMEs and access to finance: A vulnerability perspective. In Law and Finance after the Financial Crisis: The Untold Stories of the UK Financial Market. Aldohni, A.K. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 116-134.
- Houghton, Ruth (2017). Comment on McGimpsey v Ireland. In Northern / Irish Feminist Judgments Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity. O'Donoghue, Aoife,, Enright, Máiréad, & McCandless, Julie Hart.
- Cave, Emma (2017). Protecting Patients from their Bad Decisions: Rebalancing Rights, Relationships, and Risk. Medical Law Review
- Williams, Alexander (2017). 'Judicial Review and Monopoly Power: Some Sceptical Thoughts'. Law Quarterly Review (forthcoming).
- Schütze, Robert (2016). Tax Barriers to Intra-Union Trade: American ‘Federalism’, European ‘Internationalism’? Yearbook of European Law 35(1): 382-409.
- Jones, Annika (2016). Insights Into an Emerging Relationship: Use of Human Rights Jurisprudence at the International Criminal Court. Human Rights Law Review 16(4): 701-729.
- 2016-2017 Corruption in Non-Criminal Commercial Enterprise: Law, Theory and Practice (£8213.94 from AHRC) investigated by Liz Campbell
- 2016-2017 IAA - The Centre for Gender Equal Media at Durham University (GEM) (£15804.00 from ESRC) investigated by Clare McGlynn
- RI160009: IAA-Constitutional Conundrums:Northern Ireland, the EU and Human Rights, ESRC, £4975.00, 2016-04-01 - 2017-09-30 investigated by Aoife O'Donoghue
- 2016-2018 The use of corporate vehicles by transnational organised crime groups in the concealment, conversion and control of illicit finance (£28668.00 from ESRC) investigated by Liz Campbell
- 2016-2018 UN Gender Network (£38820.96 from AHRC) investigated by Aoife O'Donoghue
- 2015-2018 Constructing Authority in International Law: Critical Reflections (£191838.73 from Arts and Humanities Research Council) investigated by Gleider I Hernández
- 2014-2017 Human Cloning and Stem Cell Research Through the Medium of Law (Wellcome Trust, £29,961). PI: Pattinson CIs: Douglas & Kind. investigated by Benedict Douglas
- 2014-2017 Human Cloning and Stem Cell Research Through the Medium of Law (Wellcome Trust, £29,961). PI: Pattinson CIs: Douglas & Kind. investigated by Shaun Pattinson
- European Research Council (Principal Investigator, € 909.662) investigated by Robert Schütze
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