Warwick Law School News
The latest updates from our department
Our next Warwick Law School Staff Spotlight interview features Dr Rebecca Munro, Teaching Fellow, Director of Student Experience and Director of Warwick Law in the Community.
In his new book, Dr David Vitale proposes an innovative trust-based framework for judicially enforcing social rights, informed by the trust scholarship from various disciplines and aimed at promoting the trustworthiness of government in delivering social services.
Our next Warwick Law School Staff Spotlight interview features Dr Rachael Blakey, Assistant Professor and Deputy Director of ED&I (Student Facing).
Angel Nakhle, a sanctuary scholar from Warwick Law School has been named on this year’s 100 Changemakers list by The Big Issue.
The first workshop of the Writing Wrongs Schools Programme 2024 commenced on Saturday 27 January at Warwick Law School, warmly welcoming 55 students aged 16-17 from across the UK, interested in a career in law, journalism and social justice.
‘Financial Crime Across Disciplines: Global South Perspectives’ Symposium hosted at Warwick Law School.
The Global South Dialogue on Economic Crime Network, in collaboration with the Warwick Law School, hosted a 3-day symposium Centre on campus last week.
This week, we were delighted to interview Professor Christian Twigg-Flesner, Deputy HoD and Director of Teaching and Learning, for our Warwick Law School Staff Spotlight series.
The University of Warwick awarded an Honorary Doctorate to renowned comedian Alex Horne for his contributions to widening participation. Alex, of Taskmaster fame, played a key role in the success of the University’s ‘School Tasking’ project.