Professor Pinar Akman joins the Advisory Board of Stanford University’s Computational Antitrust Project
The Computational Antitrust Project gathers over 40 antitrust agencies and scholars exploring how legal informatics could contribute to the field.
Anthem Studies in Law Reform bridges the gap between legal activism and academic scholarship by publishing short books (20,000 - 30,000 words) focused on law reform.
Kathleen, who is from the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, is a Commonwealth Scholarship holder (19/20) who passed her International Corporate Law LLM with distinction.
Hacked Off is the campaign for a free and accountable press.
The Medical Law Review is published by the Oxford University Press and is generally considered to be the preeminent medical law journal in Europe.