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Deputy Director Opportunity for PhD Students
12 February 2020

The Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context (CLSGC) intends to appoint a Deputy Director from among Queen Mary University of London's PhD community

The Juridification of Individual Sanctions and the Politics of EU Law cover New book: The Juridification of Individual Sanctions and the Politics of EU Law
11 February 2020

Dr Eva Nanopoulos's new book, which offers a critical study of EU sanctions, is published by Hart.

Virtue, Emotion and Imagination in Law and Legal Reasoning Professor Maks Del Mar publishes collection on Virtue, Emotion and Imagination in Law and Legal Reasoning
6 February 2020

Maks Del Mar, Professor of Legal Theory at Queen Mary University of London, has co-edited a collection with Professor Amalia Amaya (Edinburgh/UNAM), on the relations between Virtue, Emotion and Imagination in Law and Legal Reasoning (Hart).

Prof. Maks Del Mar co-edits The Oxford Handbook of Law and Humanities
8 January 2020

Maks Del Mar, Professor of Legal Theory at the School of Law at Queen Mary University of London, has published The Oxford Handbook of Law and Humanities.

Call for Papers for 2019 EUPLANT Conference: The Internationalisation of EU Law and EU-China relations
14 February 2019

A Call for Papers on the Internationalisation of EU Law and EU-China Relations is organised in relation to the 2019 EUPLANT Conference, taking place on 10-11 June.

How can digital technologies help us to improve the way we communicate?
21 December 2018

Today’s interconnected world presents communications challenges that overwhelm even the experts. Professor Annelise Riles shed light on this when she gave the 2018 Cotterrell Lecture in Sociological Jurisprudence at Queen Mary University of London where she discussed Meridian 180, a platform for policy solutions and experimentation.

Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to Brexit judgement
3 November 2016

Constitutional and EU law specialist Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to high court ruling that parliament must vote on triggering Article 50.

Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to Brexit judgement
3 November 2016

Constitutional and EU law specialist Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to high court ruling that parliament must vote on triggering Article 50.

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