School of Law

2018

Queen Mary alumnus appointed to influential role in Ministry of Justice of Ukraine
28 November 2018

A recent Queen Mary University of London graduate is now responsible for developing policy on insolvency, enforcement of court decisions, as well as monitoring judicial reform in Ukraine.  

Countdown to Annihilation: Genocide in Myanmar
12 November 2018

At the 2018 Engagement and Enterprise Awards, the International State Crime Initiative, School of Law, were awarded an Influence Public Engagement Award. The Influence Award recognises activity where research has been used to influence a shift in attitudes or the way that things are done, whether this be organisational change, influencing policy or how people think about a topic and their actions. We caught up with them to find out what winning meant to them.

Call for papers: The International dimension of Competition Law: EU, Brexit and beyond…
25 October 2018

The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) and The Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy invite contributions to a workshop on The International dimension of Competition Law: EU, Brexit and beyond… at Queen Mary University of London on Thursday, 25 April 2019.

Home Affairs Committee draws on domestic abuse evidence from Queen Mary
22 October 2018

The Home Affairs Committee has urged the government to widen its forthcoming bill on domestic abuse.

Queen Mary contributes to judicial reform in Ukraine
12 October 2018

Legal specialists at Queen Mary University of London will lead on the establishment of Ukraine’s High Court on Intellectual Property (IP), which forms part of a radical transformation of the country's legal system.

Brexit will lead to more EU law for UK’s criminal justice systems, according to new report
20 September 2018

Future EU-UK cooperation on security and criminal justice is dependant on the extent to which the UK complies with key EU law standards according to a new report by a taskforce from Queen Mary’s School of Law and the Centre for European Policy Studies.

Female resistance in times of war must be recaptured, new book by Dr Nadj argues
13 September 2018

Modern-day international criminal tribunals have constructed women in wartime as either helpless victims, mothers or wives of soldiers, according to a new book by a Queen Mary University of London academic.

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes new research resulting from his research grants, funded by the EU Commission.
24 August 2018

Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chaired Professor of EU International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), publishes new research resulting from his research grants, funded by the EU Commission.

Does the Proposed Bill Provide do Justice for Upskirting?
20 August 2018

The LAC's Frances Ridout discusses the proposed Upskirting Bill in a blog post

Queen Mary strengthens European links with Sorbonne law degree
25 July 2018

Future lawyers will have the chance to study law in London and Paris, thanks to a new Double Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme launched by Queen Mary University of London and the Sorbonne (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne).

Democracy, Distrust and Donations
24 July 2018

Dr Caroline Morris discusses the Electoral Commision's investigation into Vote Leave campaign spending

The need for upskirting legislation and how other laws fall short
18 July 2018

The LAC's Frances Ridout pens special blog for The School of Law

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes on prosumers as new actors in EU energy security.
25 June 2018

Professor Dr Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chair in EU International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), publishes his most recent work title “Prosumers: New actors in EU energy security,” Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 2017, Vol. 48, Chapter 5, pp. 139-172, TMC Asser Press, 2018.

CCLS launches new technology programme in Paris
13 June 2018

Queen Mary University of London will be the first UK institution to launch a Master of Laws (LLM) programme in Technology, Media and Telecommunications Law in Paris.

The Windrush Generation Immigration Fiasco: What happened and why?
26 April 2018

Elspeth Guild, Professor of Law at QMUL School of Law, analyses the Windrush generation immigration scandal

Entente Cordiale scholarship programme
13 April 2018

Opportunity to win scholarship to study a legal masters in the UK (2018-19)

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes research on the frontiers of international economic law
10 April 2018

New research from Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas explains new horizons and perspectives in international economic law in the context of sustainable development.

George Hinde Moot Final 2018
29 March 2018

On Wednesday 21 March 2018, QMUL School of Law hosted its annual George Hinde Moot Final!

'Year Abroad in Hong Kong Semester 1: My Journey So Far…' by Kendal Watkinson
13 March 2018

QMUL Law Student Kendall Watkinson shares her story of living and studying in Hong Kong!

Great Legal Bake 2018
14 February 2018