The School of Law and N8 Agrifood group have welcomed academics from across the world to discuss the important issue of food justice.
A School of Law postgraduate researcher has carried out a research project looking at how community engagement could help prevent radicalisation and extremism.
The inaugural Welfare Appeals and Tribunal Clinic, which sees the School of Law collaborate with Chapeltown Citizens Advice, has resulted in members of the local community receiving financial assistance through the award of Personal Independent Payments (PIP) and Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) through the review/appeals process.
Two Leeds academics have won prizes at the Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) annual conference.
Well done to our Law School Challenge committee, led by Alice Sleep (LawSoc’s Pro Bono Secretary), who have raised an amazing £3,355.89 for free legal advice charities.