This year we set up a new legal clinic specialising in using public law strategically to address systemic disadvantage and abuse of power to achieve effective change. We caught up with law students Kye Li, Natalie and Meghna to find out more about their time volunteering with our new Strategic Public Law Clinic.
On Friday 28 February, Warwick Law School welcomed Zarah Sultana, MP for Coventry South, to speak to our postgraduate students about her experience of becoming a politician. The session focused on ‘Women in political parties and parliaments: barriers and opportunities’ as part of the master’s module, ‘Women’s Human Rights and Global Justice’.
Warwick Law School has established a partnership with The Libera Universita Internazionale degli Studi Sociali “Guido Carli” (LUISS) in Rome. They have established partnerships with a handful of European universities to offer this unique experience to their students and Warwick is one of them.
Warwick Law School is offering a 20% discount on its LLM fees to all Warwick graduates.
If you are interested in studying one of our LLM programmes and have graduated from a degree at Warwick in the past, or you are about to graduate this summer and interested in staying on for an LLM, you will be entitled to a 20% discount on the tuition fee.
Warwick Law School postgraduate alumnus Joseph Dion Ngute has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of Cameroon. Dion Ngute took office on 5 January 2019, replacing Philemon Yang, the country’s longest-serving Prime Minister.
The University of Warwick has been ranked among the best universities in the world for politics and international studies and sociology, business and economics, education and law, according to the Times Higher Education’s 2019 World Reputation Rankings released this week.
Recent PhD graduate Nneamaka Vanni has won the inaugural SIEL-Hart Prize for her PhD thesis that was defended here at the University of Warwick – School of Law in 2017.
Last month, Titilayo Adebola, (recent PhD graduate and current sessional tutor at Warwick Law School), delivered a paper at a colloquium at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland. The working paper titled, ‘Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Access-Benefit Sharing Frameworks for Plant Biological and Genetic Resources in Nigeria’ was presented at the WTO as part of the 15th World Intellectual Property Organisation – World Trade Organisation (WIPO- WTO) Colloquium for Intellectual Property Teachers.