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Founded in 2022, the (B)Orders Centre focuses on the study of bordering, ordering and othering processes through law. It constitutes a hub for intellectual collaboration and evaluation of the role of law in the making and unmaking of borders and their impact on global (im)mobility. It connects scholars within and beyond Queen Mary School of Law to harness existing inter- and multi-disciplinary research into law, borders and (im)mobility and shape future research agendas in response to global challenges.
The Centre also offers supervision to doctoral students, and hosts different events throughout the year, facilitating academic contacts, public engagement, and policy impact by feeding back and forward into current debates. The Centre is also home to our unique Immigration Law LLM, the first Master's programme in the UK entirely dedicated to the legal study of migration, asylum, and borders from an inter- and multi-disciplinary perspective.