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?'
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.
The 2022 shortlist for the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence (WATE) have been released and Warwick Law School has two nominations. With more than 115 excellent educators, teams, and communities to choose from, the WATE judging panels deliberated long and hard to identify those going through to the next round. Dr Jane Bryan has been nominated for the Social Sciences Faculty award and PhD student Cherisse Francis has been nominated for a Postgraduates who Teach award. Congratulations and best of luck to both of them. The winners will be announced on 27 June 2022.
Bursaries to cover conference travel and accommodation available for ECRs
The McDonaldization of Criminal Justice, University of Warwick, 19-21 May 2022
We have bursaries available of up to £500 to cover basic travel costs, accommodation and the conference & dinner. If you are a PhD student or ECR interested in attending The McDonaldization of Criminal Justice conference and require funding to support this then please contact Jenny Paterson at email@example.com
Western Balkans expert Dr Andi Hoxhaj is one of the contributors to the 2022 Freedom House Nations in Transit ReportLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window, an annual expert assessment of the state of democracy in the region stretching from Central Europe to Central Asia, published this week.
On 21 and 22 April 2022, Warwick will host a two-day conference for a group of leading European consumer law scholars to discuss the transformation of consumer law and policy in Europe since the turn of the millennium.
UK announces sanctions against Bosnian-Serb politicians for ‘undermining peace’ - expert comment from Dr Andi Hoxhaj.
Dr Andi HoxhajLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window of Warwick Law, a specialist in anti-corruption law and policy, civil society, European integration, Western Balkans and regulatory law and policy, comments on the news that the UK has announced sanctionsLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window on Milorad Dodik, Bosnian-Serb member of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s state-level Presidency, and Zeljka Cvijanovic, President of the entity of Republika Srpska, "for their destabilising activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina."
'Window-dressing' in the COVID-19 pandemic: The troubling story behind the rainbows in the windows has been published in our Lacuna Magazine. The author, Amanda Kowalczyk, who is currently studying part-time on our LLM in Advanced Legal Studies, won Lacuna's 2021 Warwick Law School Writing Competition for her story about the impact of the Covid lockdown on children.