To commemorate International Women’s Day 2018, a day where we celebrate women’s achievements through history around the world, we at Warwick Law School wanted to shine a special spotlight on some of the achievements and activities the ‘wonder women’ of Warwick Law have achieved over the current academic year.
If you click on the links in the sentences, you can find out more about their great work.
Dr Ana Aliverti was awarded the Philip Leverhulme Prize to support her research into law enforcement.
Current LLM student, Marilyn Eze, participated in a House of Lords debate on International Relations.
Professor Vanessa Munro was appointed as the new Chair of Warwick Law School in December 2017.
Dr Sharifah Sekalala’s new book, ‘Soft Law and Global Health Problems’ was released last November.
Students lead the way to national success researching pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workforce.
Former LLM student Bukola Bolarinwa was presented with a Queen’s Young Leaders award as recognition for her amazing work with blood donors, to help those with Sickle Cell in Nigeria through her organisation Haima Health Initiative.
Professor Jackie Hodgson talked current affairs on BBC Radio 4.
Shaheen Ali launched a new book called, ‘Modern Challenges to Islamic Law’ which was described as, ‘cutting edge scholarship, challenging and exceptional in the depth and breadth of subjects covered’.
Ann Stewart won funding from HelpAge International to conduct research on the relationship between gender and age in the context of public policy with the assistance of Warwick alumna Dr Jennifer Lander.
Warwick Law got involved in the Scottish Feminist Judgment Project.
This is just a small selection of the great work that both our staff and students take part in throughout the academic year and we wanted to thank them for all their hard work and dedication!