Earlier this month, Assistant Professor at Warwick Law School, Dr Laura Lammasniemi participated in the first workshops for the Indian Feminist Judgment Project (FJP) held in O. P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat in India. We caught up with Laura to find out more.
Two of our current LLM students have secured positions with the Royal Bank of Scotland, in their money laundering division. Nabeelah Begum and Robi Rai are both studying on our International Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation degree. We caught up with them both, to find out more about their new roles and how the LLM has helped them to prepare.
Warwick Law School alumnus Wong Chen has won a landslide victory in Malaysia’s historic general election earlier this month. The elections saw the ending of the rule by the Barisan Nasional (BN or National Front) coalition which had been in power since the country’s independence from Britain in 1957.
We are delighted to announce that an article, by Assistant Professor Dr Andreas Kokkinis, was published in the prominent Journal of Corporate Law Studies in April 2018.
Exploring the Effects of the ‘Bonus Cap’ Rule: The Impact of Remuneration Structure on Risk-Taking by Bank Managers has been recently published in the Journal of Corporate Law Studies renowned for being the international forum for thorough analysis of corporate, securities and financial law.
Former Warwick LLM student, Varun Lamba has been promoted to Partner at his Law firm in India. Following completion of his LLM in International Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation here at Warwick in 2009, Varun went on to join AZB & Partners as an Associate. He was later promoted to Senior Associate in 2015 and is now a Partner.
We love to hear from our alumni and what they are up to. We caught up with Varun to find out a little more.
GLOBE Centre launches second Policy Brief on mitigating uncertainty in Intellectual Property law post Brexit
The second in a new series of briefs bringing current legal thinking to bear on public policy issues and contemporary concerns has been published today by GLOBE, a research centre within the University of Warwick’s Law School: Brexit: Mitigating Uncertainty in Intellectual Property Law and Policy by Dr Ben Farrand.
After the Rwandan genocide saw the murder of up to one million people, prosecutor Charles Adeogun-Phillips was tasked with delivering justice to the victims. In an article by Lacuna Magazine, he talks to Warwick Law School's Sanjeeb Hossain about his 12 years leading genocide prosecutions at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, how he coped with the crimes he tried and what he learnt about humanity.
Our academics are always busy getting involved in the wider world, sharing their research and trying to make an impact. Dr Sam Adelman is currently researching climate change and co-authoring a book on climate justice with emeritus professor Upendra Baxi.