Warwick Law School News
The latest updates from our department
Dalvinder Singh’s co-authored paper ‘ECB Significant-Bank Risk Profile and COVID-19 Crisis Containment: What Approach in the Transitioning Phase? IADI Sponsored Paper Series, No. 2, July 2022’ formally contributes to the international conversation on how best to ‘exit’ COVID 19 support measures. The Financial Stability Board published its final report on what kind of exit strategies would ensure equitable outcomes once countries start to remove Covid-19 support measures.
Warwick Law School’s Dr Laura Lammasniemi has won the prestigious Indian Law Review Best Article Prize 2021 for a co-authored article called ‘Dadaji Bhikaji v Rukhmabai (1886) ILR 10 Bom 301: Rewriting Consent and Conjugal Relations in Colonial India'. The article was written for the Indian Feminist Judgments Project (IFJP).
Professor Sharifah Sekalala, an expert in global health law is part of an international team exploring how we define the end of a crisis in a new project funded by the Wellcome Trust’s new Discovery Award scheme.
'Assessing the Role of Digital Finance for Gender Equality’ by Dr Serena Natile, is the latest in a series of briefs, bringing current legal thinking to bear on public policy issues and contemporary concerns, published by GLOBE, a research centre within Warwick Law School.
Artwork Credit: Pawel Kuczyński
Congratulations to Warwick Law School’s Professor Vanessa Munro who has been awarded funding to work with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in implementing and evaluating changes to improve responses to complaints and complainants of rape.
Criminal Justice Centre (CJC) directors, Ana Aliverti and Henrique Carvalho, and member, Anastasia Chamberlen, have been awarded the prestigious Leverhulme Trust’s Research Project Grant for their project ‘The Vulnerable State: Appraising the Ambivalent Economies of State Power'.
Dr Ming-Sung Kuo's 2019 paper ‘Between Choice and Tradition: Rethinking Remedial Grace Periods and Unconstitutionality Management in a Comparative Light’ was cited by the Suprme Court of Cananda in R. v. Albashir ( SCC 48). Congratulations Ming-Sung.
Warwick Law School’s Dr Jane Bryan was featured on BBC Sounds this week (Monday 30th May) discussing the Say My Name Project and the negative impacts routine mispronunciation and name avoidance can have on an individual’s feeling of belonging and visibility.
In a world of growing complexity and interconnectivity, interdisciplinarity is an approach that brings together multiple disciplines to challenge how we understand some of the most pressing issues around us and to deliver real world impact. Professor Jackie Hodgson explains.
Warwick Law School’s Dr Rajnaara Akhtar was featured on ITV Central News yesterday (Wednesday 11th May) discussing current English wedding law and whether it is fit for purpose in our modern multi-cultural society.
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Warwick Law School is delighted to announce that it has been ranked equal 8th overall in the UK and equal 6th amongst the Russell Group universities that were assessed in the latest Research Excellence Framework 2021 (REF).
Warwick Law School has successfully sponsored a Fernandes Fellowship devoted to funding early career researchers from Europe. We are delighted that Dr Maryna Utkina has now joined us at Warwick from the Ukraine and will be with us until the end of this calendar year.