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2020

Matthew Evans profile image Legal Advice Centre Co-Director wins Human Rights Lawyer of the Year
22 October 2020

The Law Society presented Matthew Evans the award at a virtual ceremony on 14 October, in recognition of his achievements in the field of human rights law in 2019-20

Law Justice with globe secondary image New report examines cross-border data sharing in criminal proceedings
16 October 2020

The Report is the result of collaborative effort between the Queen Mary Global Policy Institute and the Centre for European Policy Studies.

A group of migrants travelling EU failing to comply with obligations on migration, according to new report
14 October 2020

Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax from Queen Mary’s School of Law has written a report for the European Parliament on the EU’s External Migration Policy and the Protection of Human Rights.

Graphic of a golden cup, in a golden circle Celebrating success in the School of Law
7 October 2020

This year a number of students received Department and College Awards which recognised the outstanding talent in the School of Law at Queen Mary University of London.

Image of spiky green virus particles on a black background Rich countries are total vaccine hogs. Covid-19 must change that
6 October 2020

Professor Duncan Matthews comments on vaccine nationalism in the UK for Wired

A graphic of a woman with a red web over her face MEPs raise concerns on EU plans for police facial recognition database
1 October 2020

Dr Niovi Vavoula speaks to Euractiv on facial recognition software

Laura Cestaro, a Final Year LLB Law student at Queen Mary University of London Laura Cestaro named a finalist in the prestigious TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards
29 September 2020

The LGBT+ Undergraduate of the Year Award 2020 with Clifford Chance recognises the range of endeavors and achievements made by LGBT+ students

Image of lights around earth at night Queen Mary University of London Professor is the lead author of policy-brief on Reforming Investor-State Dispute Settlement and Promotion of Trade and Investment Cooperation
24 September 2020

The Policy Brief was published by T20, the Think Tank attached to the G20, as part of their Trade, Investment and Growth Task Force

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s appeal to the intelligence of a future day
23 September 2020

Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott has written a tribute for Prospect

Facebook logo with an click icon over it Redefining anti-Semitism on Facebook
22 September 2020

This opinion piece, written by Professor Neve Gordon, was published by Aljazeera

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes new book, The Future of International Economic Law and the Rule of Law
21 September 2020

This book explores the contribution that international economic law generally defined make to the rule of law at national and international levels

A doctor administering an injection to a patient Why AstraZeneca and others racing to make a Covid-19 vaccine should be more open about the process
16 September 2020

Professor Duncan Matthews has written an opinion piece for The Conversation in which he argues that the Covid-19 pandemic has been a game changer and biopharma companies need to face up to a new reality.

Response to the Joint Committee of Human Rights call for evidence on the Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill
15 September 2020

By Bethany Shiner (Middlesex University) and Dr Tanzil Chowdhury (Queen Mary University of London)

The unequal scramble for coronavirus vaccines – by the numbers
27 August 2020

Professor Duncan Matthews interviewed in Nature

Stock image of a man looking at a report Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies contributes towards legal innovation
13 August 2020

Research from the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London has contributed to the development of arbitration intelligence reports. These reports provide lawyers with specialist data about arbitrators for the first time.

The Red Square in Moscow with tourists walking around Would you be willing to take Russia's new coronavirus vaccine?
12 August 2020

Professor Duncan Matthews speaks about the need for safety approvals for Russia's new Covid-19 vaccine

Covid-19 vaccine nationalism and supply chain transparency
12 August 2020

Professor Duncan Matthews speaks to This Morning radio show in Seoul about Covid-19 vaccine nationalism

UK under pressure to make drug companies put public interest before profits in race for Covid-19 vaccine.
10 August 2020

Professor Duncan Matthews explains compulsory licensing and Crown Use in the i newspaper

EU flag Secretive European Union Body Is Facing Calls To Open Up
7 August 2020

Professor Christiana HJI Panayi speaks to Law360 about the changes to the European Union's Code of Conduct Group for business taxation

A globe turned to display Asia Envisioning Foundations for the Law of the Belt and Road Initiative: Rule of Law and Dispute Resolution Challenges
7 August 2020

Professor Malik Dahlan has penned an essay for the Harvard International Law Journal examining the increasing challenges facing investors and states given the lack of an overriding Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) authority nor multilateral framework.

Students from Queen Mary's Legal Advice Centre Queen Mary’s Legal Advice Centre wins Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence
6 August 2020

The Legal Advice Centre based in the School of Law at Queen Mary University of London has won a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) in recognition of its outstanding contribution to higher education.

Portland’s voluntary human shields bring a new kind of solidarity to America
3 August 2020

Professor Neve Gordon has written an opinion piece for Newsweek on the protests in Portland

EU Energy Law and Policy: The External Dimension  by Professor Rafael Leal - Arcas SMALL Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes a new book on EU Energy Law and Policy: The External Dimension
31 July 2020

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chair holder in EU International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London, has published a new book: EU Energy Law and Policy: The external dimension, Eliva Press, 2020 

St Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery in Kyiv, Ukraine Queen Mary launches international training programme for Ukrainian judges
31 July 2020

The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London has started its intellectual property (IP) training programme for judges in Ukraine.

Holocaust memorial in Berlin Defining genocide
29 July 2020

Profesor Penny Green discusses how the UN convention's definition of genocide in an article for the New Statesman

Male nurse wearing a medical mask, scrubs and cap holding a syringe The Conversation publishes article by Professor Duncan Matthews, addressing Covid-19, vaccine nationalism and lack of transparency in supply chain deals
27 July 2020

The Conversation has published an article by Professor Duncan Matthews, addressing Covid-19, vaccine nationalism and the lack of transparency in supply chain deals

Angel of the north in sepia filter North East England: Rising Islamophobia
27 July 2020

Professor Eric Heinze was interviewed by Indus News on the rising levels of Islamophobia faced by people across North East England

Legal textbooks on a desk Queen Mary supports free legal advisory service in Kenya
24 July 2020

The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London is supporting a free legal advisory service in Nairobi, Kenya, in collaboration with Strathmore University.

Woodrow Wilson in 1919 black and white portrait Woodrow Wilson's racist legacy and decolonising modern sanctions
17 July 2020

Dr Eva Nanopoulos pens an opinion piece for Al Jazeera about Woodrow Wilson's racist legacy

US Supreme Court Building against a blue sky Has the US Supreme Court taken a liberal turn? Don’t count on it
17 July 2020

Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott writes for Prospect arguing that recent landmark cases are being too eagerly hailed as progressive victories

EU and Union Jack split diagonally by a crack Police ability to detain EU suspects 'slower' without Brexit deal
15 July 2020

Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas' evidence to Parliament is featured in The Guardian

Stavros Brekoulakis profile image Professor Stavros Brekoulakis awarded best lecture at GAR 2020
10 July 2020

The GAR Awards are the most high-profile annual events in the field of International Arbitration

Traditional Chinese palace buildings Belgium plays Beijing in the map with extradition treaty
8 July 2020

Dr Matthieu Burnay addresses some concerns on the Belgium-China extradition treaty for De Standaard

Lauren Holmes standing in front of a hedge with a pink flower to the left of her Queen Mary Postgraduate Law Student organises Global Advocacy Exercise
7 July 2020

Lauren Holmes, a full-time postgraduate student enrolled on the Laws LLM programme and a Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) Student Leader, shares her experience of organising a mock Plea in Mitigation advocacy exercise.

Black Protest Legal Support UK and Race Relations and Policing Project
2 July 2020

Yvonne Kramo has penned a blog for the Bar Council about the important work that Black Protest Legal Support UK are doing

View of London skyscrapers in Bank at sunset Letter: A partnership model is a way to restrain excessive risk-taking
30 June 2020

Professor Rosa Lastra has co-written a letter in the Financial Times in response to an article suggesting that policymakers have not focused on how to restrain excessive leverage

The Red Square in Moscow with tourists walking around Homophobia Disguised as Children’s Rights in Russia’s Constitutional Referendum
30 June 2020

Dr Hedi Viterbo and Yulia Ioffe comment on how Russia, and many other countries, have used the child rights rhetoric to defend homophobia and oppression

Poker chips and a dice sitting on a laptop keyboard Holding gambling companies accountable across different countries
19 June 2020

Professor Julia Hornle discussed international gambling regulation on the BBC World Service Radio

A street in Dublin with signs for shops and restaurants ending in a church COVID-19 Lays Bare Ireland’s Selective Approach to Care
17 June 2020

Dr Ruth Fletcher has penned a blog post for the Bill of Health at Harvard Law School

Buenos Aires street lined with cars and obelisk in the background Argentina: restructuring in the time of Covid-19
16 June 2020

Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal was featured in the Financial Times speaking on sovereign debt

View of a glass office building from the ground up with the cloudy blue sky reflected on the surface Professor Rosa Lastra is Principle Investigator for Legal and Economic Conceptions of Money
16 June 2020

This project will reconsider the intersection between law and economics with an emphasis on the contribution that law can make to economic conceptions of money

The transition to decentralized energy: Challenges, opportunities and progress
15 June 2020

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes his work on the transition to decentralized energy in a new article

Thomas MacManus giving a lecture to a group of Queen Mary Undergraduate Law students Complete University Guide Ranks Queen Mary 4th in London for Law
9 June 2020

The School of Law was ranked 27th overall, up two places from last year

Seeing State Secrets: The Significance of Abu Zubaydah’s Self-Portraits of Torture
4 June 2020

In piece for the ezine Jadaliyya, Dr Hedi Viterbo, along with Lisa Hajjar, explain how the drawings offer alternative ways of thinking about tourture

A windfarm in fields of green grass and rapeseed against a cloudy blue sky Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas just published new findings of his WiseGRID grant
3 June 2020

The article looks at regulation, innovation, and technology for the 21st century energy goals

The Great Energy Transition in the European Union: Volume 1 book cover, with a picture of pylons at sunset New book provides comprehensive analysis of energy transition in the European Union
2 June 2020

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas has just published a two-volume book with the findings of his WiseGRID research grant, funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 program

View of Lady Justice holding scales from behind Two Queen Mary PhD students win prestigious LAHP studentships
2 June 2020

The London Arts and Humanities Partnership offers up to 90 studentships a year and are highly competitive

 

The Contribution of Free Trade Agreements and Bilateral Investment Treaties to a Sustainable Future
27 May 2020

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes his most recent research on free trade agreements, bilateral investment treaties, and sustainability

How one leaky rubber boat could sink the EU's entire migration policy
27 May 2020

Dr Violeta Moreno Lax comments on on Italy’s deal with Libya regarding migrant ‘pull-backs’ for The Correspondent

Digital illustration of two people talking with speech bubbles Queen Mary launches Arts and Culture Support Centre
22 May 2020

The Legal Advice Centre and qLegal will support the new initiative by creating online toolkits

EU and Union Jack split diagonally by a crack Why Britain should allow the UK and EU Parliaments to talk after Brexit
20 May 2020

Dr Davor Jancic has written a piece for the LSE Brexit Blog arguing the UK Government's position breaks with a tradition of inter-parliamentary co-operation that long predates the EU

Should private sector debt relief be part of the Exit Strategy?
19 May 2020

Professor Rosa Lastra and Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal took part in an online Private Debt Workshop

USA and China flags overlapping Coronavirus Pandemic: Lawsuits against China 'blame game'
18 May 2020

Professor Malik Dahlan speaks to CGTN about US states bringing legal action against China

Geraldine Van Beuren profile photo on a pink backgroud We need the Sabbath's calm more than ever
18 May 2020

Professor Geraldine Van Bueren QC explores the importance of the holy Sabbath in promoting rest and tranquility during the Covid-19 pandemic

Neil MacCormick against the backdrop of a city Professor Maksymilian Del Mar awarded British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship
18 May 2020

The project examines the scholarship and political life of one of the twentieth’s century’s most distinguished jurists: Professor Sir Neil MacCormick (1941-2009)

Penny Green profile image Q&A with Professor Penny Green, Head of the School of Law
15 May 2020

Professor Penny Green shares some insights into her work with ISCI, which is a cross-disciplinary research, centre comprising a community of scholars working to further our understanding of state crime.

A bustling street in Ghana with people, market stalls and busy road Moratorium on debt for Africa? Be careful of unintended consequences
11 May 2020

In a piece for The Conversation, Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal argues that a blanket moratorium on debt for Africa risks costing African countries much of the hard won gains many have achieved over the past 15 years

Professor Rosa Lastra profile image Lockdown is exposing the folly of reckless financial strategies
7 May 2020

Research on pension funds by Professor Rosa Lastra featured in Financial Times

Penny Green with members of the Rohingya in Myanmar Research spotlight: International State Crime Initiative (ISCI)
6 May 2020

Professor Penny Green tells us about the pioneering research carried out by The International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University of London

Refugees behind a fence with Croation police standing guard Desert or sea: Virus traps migrants in mid-route danger zone
4 May 2020

Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax comments on the status of migrants and the dangers they face in the coronavirus crisis for AP News

Person holding a video game controller in their hands on their lap Gamers fear for virtual assets as rate cut hits 'Animal Crossing' savings
4 May 2020

Dr Michaela MacDonald comments on gamers' rights to their digital property for Thomas Rueters Foundation

queen mary law student raising a hand in a lecture Universities should be spaces for democratic innovation
30 April 2020

Dr Jeffery Kennedy has co-written a piece for Times Higher Education exploring ways of involving students far more deeply in the decisions that affect them

Rohingya refugee woman cradling her baby UN human rights representative for Myanmar steps down
29 April 2020

Dr Ronan Lee speaks to Al-Jazeera about Yanghee Lee stepping down after spending six years raising the alarm on atrocities committed against the Rohingya minority

Image of spiky green virus particles on a black background Creditors must unite to find economic solutions
29 April 2020

Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal was interviewed by Bloomberg Radio’s Daybreak Europe programme about debt relief for developing countries during coronavirus

Image of a globe with Africa in daylight and Asia in night on a black background Lenders and Investors need to be part of the solution
29 April 2020

Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal co-signs an open letter to to the IMF and the World Bank urging for sovereign debt relief to help countries during the Covid-19 crisis

Pylons in a field of yellow flowers Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas presents his research on the use of international trade to mitigate climate change
27 April 2020

The presentation by Professor Leal-Arcas is forthcoming as a scientific article titled “Climate Clubs and International Trade across the European and International Landscape"

Homeless person on huddled up from the cold on the steps of building The acceleration of death precipitated by Covid-19 exposes state crime
24 April 2020

Professor Neve Gordon and Professor Penny Green have published a blog on Open Democracy on how the Covid-19 crisis exposes state crime across the globe

Image of spiky green virus particles on a black background As the Corona pandemic worsens, EU borders shut down: “A new low point for the EU’s respect for refugee rights and international law”
21 April 2020

Professor Elspeth Guild has co-written a blog for the Horizon 2020 project PROTECT! on refugees and external borders in Europe during Covid19

 

Idhil Jama and Alexandra Tanase standing in front of an orange wall in Trinidad and Tobago From the London to the Port of Spain
15 April 2020

Hear from the first School of Law students to take part in the Clinical Legal Exchange Programme in Trinidad and Tobago

Person selecting a show to watch on a streaming service Disney and chill
14 April 2020

Professor Johanna Gibson talks to Wired about Disney+, and how much control Disney now has on where and how it's shows can be watched

Cover of Rafael's book New book: International Trade, Investment and the Rule of Law
9 April 2020

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas has just published his most recent book: International Trade, Investment and the Rule of Law

Legal textbooks on a desk New book explores the role of imagination in legal reasoning
9 April 2020

A new book authored by an academic from Queen Mary University of London is the first to offer an interdisciplinary approach on one of the most neglected dimensions of legal thought; imagination.

Capitol Building, Havana Cuba’s doctors are in high demand
8 April 2020

Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal talks to The Economist about Cuba exporting doctors to pay sovereign debt

CoachBright logo qLegal supports CoachBright campaign
7 April 2020

The campaign supports schools and food poverty charities, who will then provide meals to the families who need them the most during Covid-19

Satellite image of Europe at night Post Brexit challenges for criminal justice co-operation
3 April 2020

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.

View of Gaza in the 2000s The Gaza Strip has been under siege for years, COVID-19 could be catastrophic
30 March 2020

Professor Neve Gordon wrote an opinion piece for The Nation discussing the Gaza Strip’s ill-preparedness to tackle an outbreak of Coronavirus

A busy market street in Yangon in Burma 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

Drone in the sky 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

Students on the Future Leadership Programme visiting the Pathology Museum at Queen Mary Queen Mary University of London supports Future Leaders Programme to inspire the young minds of tomorrow
19 March 2020

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. 

ISS above the earth CCLS partners with Argans Ltd to research IT infrastructure in Earth Observation
18 March 2020

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

Students are doing it for themselves (and for others)
18 March 2020

Teams of qLegal students recently reported their findings at the end of a new networking programme piloted by qLegal this year

Professor Penelope Andrews headshot Q&A with Professor Penelope Andrews, Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the School of Law
17 March 2020

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.

LLM Students at Cumberland Lodge Overseas Applications to UK Law Schools Increase Despite Brexit
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.

Students in a law lecture at Queen Mary, one student is raising their hand to ask a question 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.

Gear and waist of a police officer at Notting Hill Carnival Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas gives evidence to the EU Justice Sub-Committee
4 March 2020

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

Photograph of Professor Malik Dahlan from Queen Mary's Centre for Commercial Law Studies Queen Mary Professor named as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
3 March 2020

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.

Cake stands set up for the LAC legal bake sale The Great Legal Bake 2020
28 February 2020

On Tuesday 11 February the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre (LAC) took part in the Great Legal Bake 2020

Artefacts of Legal Inquiry book cover Professor Maksymilian Del Mar publishes monograph on imagination in legal reasoning
26 February 2020

The book is an interdisciplinary study of the value of ‘artefactual language’ and practices of imagination in the common law tradition

Satellite image of Europe at night Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas presented his research on climate clubs and international trade at the University of Windsor (Canada)
26 February 2020

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.

Cargo ship on a river in Georgia 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.”

Stavros Brekoulakis profile image Professor Stavros Brekoulakis nominated for a GAR (Global Arbitration Review) Award
25 February 2020

He was nominated for his Roebuck Annual lecture, given in June 2019 at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Plane landing on a runway surrounded by grass 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

Pylons in a field of yellow flowers Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes further findings from his EU research grant WiseGRID
17 February 2020

His articles are due to be published in the Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Law

Modernising Legal Education cover qLegal as a case study in the newly published book, Modernising Legal Education
13 February 2020

This new book brings together artciles challenging traditional methods of teaching law

EU flag 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

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.

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

Runner's hand leaning on a metal railing wearing a lime green smartwatch 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.

Mentors and mentees mingling at the 2020 mentoring launch event CCLS 40th Anniversary Launch at the Postgraduate Law Professional Mentoring Event
10 February 2020

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.

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).

Yacht at sea at sunrise Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies awarded bursaries from MYBA The Worldwide Yachting Association
5 February 2020

The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London is pleased to announce that MYBA the Worldwide Yachting Association has provided CCLS with two bursaries to support two students in their studies.

EU flag Professor Mitsilegas contributes to the special issue of the German Law Journal.
30 January 2020

Valsamis Mitsilegas, Professor of European Criminal Law and Global Security at Queen Mary University of London, is one of the twenty scholars invited by the German Law Journal to address the Challenges facing the European Union in the new decade.

Rohingya refugee woman cradling her baby Will ruling of world's highest court help Rohingya Muslims?
24 January 2020

Dr Thomas MacManus, Director of the International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University of London appeared on Aljazeera: Inside Story to discuss the ruling on the Myanmar Rohingya case in the International Court of Justice. 

qLegal students put Legal Design skills to work, rebooting Terms & Conditions
22 January 2020

qLegal students reboot T&Cs for online paralegal agency F-LEX

Women in traditional Indian dress walking in front of the Taj Mahal Queen Mary leads new project looking into domestic violence in India
15 January 2020

The £300,000 grant will address the gap between law, policy, and access to both support services and justice for domestic abuse victims.

Saskia Huffnagel sat on the left of two other panelists at the Art Crime Book Launch Dr Saskia Hufnagel co-edits new 'The Palgrave Handbook on Art Crime'
10 January 2020

On Friday, 13 December 2019, Dr Saskia Hufnagel (School of Law, Queen Mary University of London) and Prof Duncan Chappell (University of Sydney Law School) launched their co-edited Palgrave Handbook on Art Crime (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019) at the University of Sydney Law School.

The Oxford Handbook of Law and Humanities book cover 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.

Professor Eduardo Stordeur (UTDT) and Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal (Queen Mary) at UTDT in Buenos Aires Partnership between Queen Mary and Universidad Torcuato Di Tella continues into 2020
7 January 2020

The Institute for Global Law, Economics and Finance (IGLEF) at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) and Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT) in Argentina, continue to strengthen their partnership aimed at advancing research and promoting robust academic practices in postgraduate education.

A hilly landscape with a row of wind turbines against a cloudy sky Prof. Rafael Leal-Arcas keynote speaker at international energy conference in Finland
3 January 2020

Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chair holder in EU International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London, will be the keynote speaker at an annual international energy law and policy conference in Finland.

qLegal is delighted to partner with the in-house compliance team at Bloomberg
18 December 2019

Bloomberg joins the 3-way partnership with long-standing partnert Ropes & Gray LLP

qLegal looks to the future with its new Advisory Board
20 November 2019

qLegal's new advisory board brings together leading figures from the worlds of law, tech, innovation and enterprise and will focus future development.

Image with half USA and half EU flags Queen Mary School of Law Doctoral Researcher wins prize for best paper
30 September 2019

The paper was authored by QMIPRI and Queen Mary University of London School of Law doctoral researcher Lucius Klobučník and Dr Li (Thomas) Lu, Assistant Professor at Shih Hsin University College of Law, Taiwan.