“The Regulations of Consumer Credit: A Transatlantic Analysis”
Dr Leopoldo Parada provides expert opinion on UK Government's proposal to establish an online sale tax
Dr Leopoldo Parada is an expert in tax law and policy.
Sarah Butters, BA Criminal Justice and Criminology graduate, presents dissertation findings to Local Criminal Justice Board
We spoke to Sarah Butters about her BA Criminal Justice and Criminology (CJC) degree, dissertation research, and the impact it has had.
On 4 February, Professor Whelan spoke at the first meeting of the United Nations Working Group on cross-border cartels (operated by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)).
School of Law academics advise Government Office for Science on the “Rebuilding a Resilient Britain project”
The Rebuilding a Resilient Britain project was launched during the COVID-19 pandemic, to address aspects of Britain's recovery from the pandemic over the medium-to long-term.