The School of Law's Dr Carrie Bradshaw invited to participate in Government Office of Science initiative, Rebuilding a Resilient Britain: Supporting post-Covid Recovery
Dr. Bradshaw has been invited to participate in an initiative, organised by the Government Office for Science, to feed diverse and robust evidence into the government’s Covid-19 recovery strategy.
Professor Lister, Professor of Policing and Criminal Justice in the School of Law, comments upon the complex nature of policing illegal raves in recent 'Wired' article.
Professor Iyiola Solanke appears on Newshour to debate whether statues help us understand history and if they should be taken down.
School of Law student has abstract accepted for 2020 International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR)
The ICUR is an annual, two-day academic conference that showcases the best in undergraduate research from around the world.
Dr Camilo Tamayo Gomez writes article for 'The Conversation' about the roles gangs in Latin America have played during the pandemic
In the article, Dr Gomez explains that gangs in Latin America could see their popularity rise as a result of them assisting the local residents during the coronavirus pandemic and imposed lockdown.