Professor Subedi delivers speech on "Economic Diplomacy for Development" after being felicitated by the Embassy of Nepal
Professor Surya P. Subedi, QC, OBE, DCL, LLD of the School of Law of the University of Leeds was felicitated at a ceremony organised virtually by the Embassy of Nepal in London.
Covert Human Intelligence Sources (informants) are the subject of highly controversial legislation before Parliament. An important review quotes advice from Professor Emeritus Clive Walker.
Professor Smith, Professor in International Economic Law, delivered the evidence to the UK Government’s Trade and Agriculture Commission Consumer Working Group on Monday 12 October 2020.
The article, entitled "Can the law stop internet bots from undressing you?", explores the controversial yet increasingly popular social media app called Telegram.
Professor Katja Franko discusses criminological research and the value of lives, security and inequality at Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Annual Lecture
On Tuesday 27 October 2020, Professor Franko delivered the talk entitled "Lives that matter: Doing criminology in an unequal and divided world".