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Professor Deirdre McCann’s project on Decent Work Regulation launches a short film - ‘Rethabile’s Story’

(3 Apr 2019) » More about Professor Deirdre McCann’s project on Decent Work Regulation launches a short film - ‘Rethabile’s Story’


Hannah Bows wins Winston Churchill Memorial Trust grant

Dr Hannah Bows, Assistant Professor in Criminal Law within Durham Law School, has won a prestigious Winston Churchill Memorial Trust grant to go research specialist elder justice and elder abuse courts in the USA later this year.

(7 Mar 2019) » More about Hannah Bows wins Winston Churchill Memorial Trust grant


Durham launches new Chinese law centre

We are proud to have launched a new Centre for Chinese Law and Policy, the first of its kind for any UK law school and among the biggest, if not the biggest, in Europe.

 

Our new centre is 60+ researchers strong and will support preparing our law students for legal practice in China giving them a significant advantage in the global job market. There is almost no UK-based instruction about the Chinese legal system. However, Durham will offer modules on both our LLB and LLM that do.

(4 Mar 2019) » More about Durham launches new Chinese law centre


Durham professor appointed to UK’s Infected Blood Inquiry

A Durham University professor is giving her expertise to an Inquiry looking at how men, women and children in the UK received infected blood products.

Emma Cave, Professor of Healthcare Law at Durham Law School, will advise the Infected Blood Inquiry on medical ethics.

(1 Mar 2019) » More about Durham professor appointed to UK’s Infected Blood Inquiry


February 2019: Durham Law School Welcomes New GCRF CDT Doctoral Candidate

In February 2019, Durham Law School welcomed Sufia Singlee as a new doctoral candidate. Sufia is a recipient of a PhD studentship from the University’s newly established Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT).

(28 Feb 2019) » More about February 2019: Durham Law School Welcomes New GCRF CDT Doctoral Candidate


Durham University Institute for Commercial and Corporate Law Annual Lecture

We are delighted that Professor Ignacio Tirado, Secretary-General, Unidroit will be delivering the 2019 Annual Lecture of Durham Institute for Commercial and Corporate Law. His Lecture is entitled "Reconsidering Transnational Law". The Lecture will take place at Durham Law School's Hogan Lovells Lecture Theatre on Thursday 14 March 2019, at 18:00.

(27 Feb 2019) » More about Durham University Institute for Commercial and Corporate Law Annual Lecture


International Private Law Consortium

(22 Jan 2019) » More about International Private Law Consortium


National-level meeting in Lesotho advances Professor McCann’s project on Decent Work Regulation in Africa

On 6th and 7th December 2018, the Decent Work Regulation in Africa (DWR-Africa) project hosted a National-Level Meeting on Decent Work Regulation in Lesotho.

(14 Jan 2019) » More about National-level meeting in Lesotho advances Professor McCann’s project on Decent Work Regulation in Africa


Durham graduate Noha Aboueldahab wins the British Council’s UK Alumni Award for Professional Achievement

(21 Dec 2018) » More about Durham graduate Noha Aboueldahab wins the British Council’s UK Alumni Award for Professional Achievement


PROFESSOR DEIRDRE MCCANN ON LESSONS FOR LABOUR REGULATION FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH IN THE CONVERSATION

(13 Nov 2018) » More about PROFESSOR DEIRDRE MCCANN ON LESSONS FOR LABOUR REGULATION FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH IN THE CONVERSATION