Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas has written a blog for UK in a Changing Europe about the partnership on security and criminal justice co-operation being a key priority for both the UK and the EU after Brexit.
Professor Neve Gordon wrote an opinion piece for The Nation discussing the Gaza Strip’s ill-preparedness to tackle an outbreak of Coronavirus
Myanmar’s lockdown on truth
24 March 2020
Professor Penny Green talks to Byline Times about the impact of Myanmar’s denial of COVID-19 on its own citizens and the rest of the world
The coronavirus conundrum and human rights
23 March 2020
Professor Neve Gordon co-authored an opinion discussing the human rights implications of coronavirus measures being put in place
The School of Law at Queen Mary has been working with The Future Leaders Programme to host a series of workshops designed to develop young people’s leadership skills and inspire them to make informed decisions about their future by giving them access to new opportunities.
The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary, in partnership with Argans Ltd (Satellite Remote Sensing and Earth Observation), has won a bid to carry out ground-breaking research for the European Space Agency
Professor Penelope Andrews joined Queen Mary’s School of Law as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow (DVF) at the beginning of March and will return for a second period from 9 May to 21 May. She shares some insights into her career and experience as a DVF at the School of Law.
Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas at the 2020 CEPS Ideas Lab
10 March 2020
Queen Mary University of London is one of many top UK law schools enjoying an increase in LLM applications from non-EU students.
Law at Queen Mary ranked top 30 in the world
6 March 2020
Law at Queen Mary University of London was ranked 30th in the world and 7th in the UK.
His evidence was given at a joint EU Justice Sub-Committee and the EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee session on future cooperation with the EU, 3 March
A Professor of Law from Queen Mary University of London has been named as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. The new Fellows comprise leading thinkers and experts from Scotland and around the world, whose work has had a significant impact on the country.
The book is an interdisciplinary study of the value of ‘artefactual language’ and practices of imagination in the common law tradition
Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chair holder in EU International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London, presented his current research titled “Exploring the links between international trade law and climate change.” His presentation took place at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, Windsor, Canada, on 24 February 2020.
Aiming at sustainable trade in the context of the Rule of Law
26 February 2020
Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chair holder in EU International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London, publishes his article titled “Aiming at sustainable trade in the context of the Rule of Law: What role for citizens and how international trade can help reduce fossil-fuel consumption.”
He was nominated for his Roebuck Annual lecture, given in June 2019 at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Regulations for air transport may prove ineffective
20 February 2020
The study by Cloud Legal at Queen Mary University of London was featured in CISOMAG and Tech Xplore
His articles are due to be published in the Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Law
This new book brings together artciles challenging traditional methods of teaching law
Interoperability as a Rule of Law Challenge
13 February 2020
Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas publisheshas written a new piece for the Blog Forum of the EUI on Interoperability in Europe’s Area of Free3dom, Security and Justice
Dr Eva Nanopoulos's new book, which offers a critical study of EU sanctions, is published by Hart.
Google Heads to EU Court in Episode 1 of $9 Billion Trilogy
11 February 2020
Professor Ioannis Kokkoris comments on Google’s decade-long antitrust fight with the European Union for Bloomberg
Google’s Fitbit Deal Tests Merger Cops Eyeing Data Giants
11 February 2020
Professor Ioannis Kokkoris comments on Google’s plan to buy Fitbit Inc. in an article for Bloomberg.
Wednesday 22 January saw the official launch of the CCLS 40th Anniversary Celebrations with the Postgraduate Law Professional Mentoring Programme, organised by the Queen Mary PG Law Careers Team for postgraduate students.
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).