Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Law News and Events


Dr Andreas Kokkinis comments on a call to shift corporate priorities from profit to social purpose

Commenting on the statement issued by the influential US group, the Business Roundtable, Dr Andreas Kokkinis said:- "The Business Roundtable, one of the most influential US business groups representing some of the largest US companies, has just reversed its long-standing policy on the purpose of the business corporation.

Tue 20 Aug 2019, 15:35 | Tags: Research, Staff in action, Expert Comment

Energy price cap has destroyed competitive market for consumers, research shows

New powers by the regulator Ofgem to set a maximum price for energy has meant an end to “healthy competition” between companies, finds a new study which recommends that it would be better to instead regulate the way consumers renew their contracts with gas or electricity firms.

Wed 07 Aug 2019, 14:32 | Tags: Research, Staff in action

Dr Alison Struthers responds to Independent Commission for Countering Extremism call for “national conversation on extremism.”

Warwick Law's Dr Alison Struthers is co-author of one of eight peer-reviewed papers published today by the Independent Commission for Countering Extremism. Dr Struthers and Dr Diane Webber, Visiting Fellow in the Center on National Security and the Law at Georgetown University, evaluate the effectiveness of teaching so-called “Fundamental British Values” in schools as a means to counter extremism.

Wed 31 Jul 2019, 12:24 | Tags: Publication, Research, Staff in action

Market competition sets tone for lower cost of UK mobile phone contracts, research shows

Healthy and competitive markets – and not stringent regulations – help dial back the cost of mobile phone contracts, according to new research from Christopher Bisping at Warwick Law School and Dr Timothy Dodsworth of Exeter Law School.

Fri 26 Jul 2019, 14:01 | Tags: Research, Staff in action

Can the EU develop a truly comprehensive anti-corruption policy?

Dr Andi Hoxhaj's new book offers fresh insights into EU anti-corruption policy with a particular focus on the EU Anti-Corruption Report of 2014, and argues that recent changes in approach may put the EU’s achievements in this area at risk by viewing corruption purely as an economic problem. The EU Anti-Corruption Report: A reflexive governance approach presents an in-depth study of successes and failures in the evolution of a European-wide anti-corruption programme and analyses the development of anti-corruption as a policy field in the European Union.

Mon 22 Jul 2019, 13:56 | Tags: Publication, Research, Book2019

Warwick Law School Top Performers for 2019

Every year, several awards and prizes are granted to a selection of our finalists to recognise and celebrate the success of our top performers!

Fri 19 Jul 2019, 14:45 | Tags: undergraduate, Student Achievement

Dr Kokkinis' recent work on EU corporate and financial law and on Brexit and the UK financial services

As Brexit negotiations continue in the UK, Warwick Law School’s Dr Andreas Kokkinis has published one article on the issues involved for UK financial services firms:

Andreas Kokkinis and Andrea Miglionico, ‘Dos and don’ts of Brexit: The future of the UK financial services sector’ (2018) 7 Law and Economics Yearly Review 48 – 72.


50 years since Stonewall: Expert comment on LGBT+ issues in family law

Dr Maebh Harding comments on LGBTQ+ issues in the area of English Family Law as today marks 50 years since the modern gay rights movement Stonewall was jump started by a police raid prompting a riot.

Fri 28 Jun 2019, 14:35 | Tags: Staff in action, Expert Comment

Older news