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Professor McGlynn gives evidence to All Party Parliamentary Group on Sexual Violence

On Tuesday 17th April 2018, Clare McGlynn gave evidence before the All Party Parliamentary Group on Sexual Violence as part of their inquiry into pornography.

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Durham University student is a finalist in Future Legal Mind, National Accident Helpline’s award to find the brightest young legal talent in the country

(2 Apr 2018) » More about Durham University student is a finalist in Future Legal Mind, National Accident Helpline’s award to find the brightest young legal talent in the country


Durham Law School Honorary Professor Wolfgang Schomburg defends Carles Puigdemont in German Extradition Proceedings

(31 Mar 2018) » More about Durham Law School Honorary Professor Wolfgang Schomburg defends Carles Puigdemont in German Extradition Proceedings


Dean of Durham Law School headline speaker at Future of Legal Education and Training Conference with Lord Briggs

(22 Mar 2018) » More about Dean of Durham Law School headline speaker at Future of Legal Education and Training Conference with Lord Briggs


Professor Clare McGlynn appointed to REF2021 Law Panel

(22 Mar 2018) » More about Professor Clare McGlynn appointed to REF2021 Law Panel


Professor Emma Cave will take up a Scottish Parliamentary Fellowship in July 2018 to work on a Briefing on informed consent

(14 Mar 2018) » More about Professor Emma Cave will take up a Scottish Parliamentary Fellowship in July 2018 to work on a Briefing on informed consent


Durham Law graduate launches first legal training programme for women law graduates in Saudi Arabia

Dr Ibrahim Al-Hudaithy is Dean of the Prince Sultan University School of Law and has launched the first legal training for women law graduates in Saudi Arabia

(9 Feb 2018) » More about Durham Law graduate launches first legal training programme for women law graduates in Saudi Arabia


Durham Law graduate leading on landmark Brexit challenge on EU citizenship

Jolyon Maugham QC, a Durham Law School graduate, is leading a major case with ground breaking potential on EU citizenship rights post-Brexit.

(9 Feb 2018) » More about Durham Law graduate leading on landmark Brexit challenge on EU citizenship


Durham Law School celebrates 50th anniversary

Durham alumni including Lord Hughes, Lady Black and Lord Justice McFarlane (pictured) with Thom Brooks, Durham Law School’s Dean, celebrated its 50th anniversary at a packed networking event at Hogan Lovells in the City. The event brought together alumni and current students across five decades, including the Solicitor General Robert Buckland QC.

(2 Feb 2018) » More about Durham Law School celebrates 50th anniversary


Local MP Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods issued an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons on 30 January 2018 congratulating the Law School on our 50th Anniversary

(1 Feb 2018) » More about Local MP Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods issued an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons on 30 January 2018 congratulating the Law School on our 50th Anniversary