Lecturer in Criminal Justice, Dr Sean Butcher has been quoted at length in a recently published Independent long-read article on citizen patrol groups in the UK.
Dr Suzanne Young's project will commence in September 2020 and is titled 'Transitions through university: Exploring expectations and motivations of undergraduate students'.
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.
With all the uncertainty surrounding Brexit a School of Law academic, Dr Chloe Wallace, has co-edited a special edition of the Law Teacher Journal, Brexit and the Law School.
School of Law academic, Dr Richard Peake, has published research into whether students from a vocational route are likely to fare less well in their degrees than those studying for A-levels.