Dr Subhajit Basu and PhD student Natasha Gooden write opinion piece on the role of international law in relation to international inquiry on COVID-19
Following the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent worldwide investigation into the pandemic, international law and its responses have been put into the spotlight.
Research conducted by Professor Graham Farrell on crime trends during the UK's COVID-19 lockdown quoted in The Economist
The Economist article, which featured research conducted by Professor Farrell, examined how police forces reacted to changing crime trends during lockdown.
Racial discrimination is like COVID-19 - a virus we can tackle: Iyiola Solanke
Students participating in School of Law Community Engagement projects find creative solutions to delivery during COVID-19 pandemic
Students who would have been delivering StreetLaw and PrisonLaw presentations in schools, prisons or charities between March and May developed materials which can be delivered and used electronically.
Dr. Subhajit Basu submits written evidence to Parliamentary Committees to answer questions relating to COVID-19 policy
Dr. Subhajit Basu submitted written evidence to both the Science and Technology Committee and the Joint Committee on Human Rights.