Warwick Law School News
The latest updates from our department
Evgenia Chamilou, who studied on our Law 3 year LLB degree from 2017-2020, has written a post for our Law Careers Blog about her experience working as a trainee with the EU since graduating from Warwick.
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Warwick Law School alumnus, Justice Sambhaji Shiwaji Shinde who studied on our LLM has been recommended as the next Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court.
M Sanjeeb Hossain, who studied at Warwick Law School for his PhD has published an article this month for our Lacuna magazine titled: 'Bhasan Char: Prison Island or paradise? Are Rohingya refugees being denied their right to freedom of movement?'
Ruby Turok-Squire, who recently studied on our LLM in International Development Law and Human Rights had her dissertation published in the Journal of International Criminal Law. A panel discussion on her recently published paper will be taking place next week. Find out more about how you can attend.
Former Warwick LLB and LLM student Seyi Afolabi, shares her experience with future graduates by taking them along for the day in her role as Executive Officer at the Houses of Parliament. In her latest YouTube video, she shares words of wisdom on making her way through academia and her career.
With more than 260,000 Warwick alumni around the world, you are never too far away from a Warwick connection. Kingsley Napley, a leading London law firm, has three Warwick graduates at its helm, sitting on the firm’s eight-strong board. LLB graduate Nicola Hill who studied at Warwick Law School from 1992-1995, discusses her route into law, the challenges of the industry and her memories of Warwick along with her alumni colleagues.
Laura, who studied on our LLM in International Development Law and Human Rights back in 2006, has dedicated her career to helping others through her work in humanitarian and international aid. Now working for the International Committee of the Red Cross, Laura looks at how technology can have both a positive and negative impact on wellbeing across the globe.
Annabel Akintomide, who studied on our LLB 3 year degree programme from 2008-2011, recently took part in a LawCareers.net podcast to discuss her career journey and what it means to work as an in-house lawyer.
Sir Howard Morrison QC has been appointed an honorary professor at Warwick Law School. In his new role he will be teaching on the Law School's undergraduate and postgraduate International Criminal Law modules. He will also be an invaluable contributor to other courses including practical advocacy. Lacuna Magazine has interviewed Judge Morrison about his extensive law career and his experience as a judge in the International Criminal Court, asking what advice he has for today's law students.
Nudrat Hussain Khan, a World Bank Scholar who studied on our LLM in International Economic Law from 2007-2008, was selected by the British Council to share her experience of studying at Warwick Law School and the adversity she faced to get here. Her inspiring story was featured in the March 2020 issue of their Study UK Magazine. Here she provides a condensed version for the Law School. Read Nudrat's full article on pages 29-30 of the digital magazine.
“It means a lot to me to be recognised as a Future Leader – as someone who can provide a substantial positive impact in our world in the future."
Recent LLB graduate Daniel Nwanebu has been listed in the 2020-21 Top 150 Future Leaders List (Powerful Media). He was asked to share his experience and what it means to be a Future Leader in Britain today.
Shingai Dzumbira, who studied on our LLB 3 year degree from 2016-2019 has been elected as the President of the Student Union (SU) for the 2021/22 academic year. “I am really excited. I have a rare opportunity to lead the trajectory of a charity organisation that exists to represent students. I think that’s what excites me most – being put in a place where I can impact the lives of students at the University of Warwick.”