Exploring the intersection of forensic science, knowledge production and transitional justice in the search for the disappeared.
Dive into law and technology with real-world experts at Queen's LLM programme, gearing you up for a modern legal career!
Professor Colin Harvey from Queen’s University Belfast is one of six new Commission Members appointed to the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.
The School of Law is delighted to announce a PhD studentship funded by the Department for the Economy (DfE). The successful candidate will research the topic of ‘Inquiries.’
We are proud at the School of Law, to offer seven different Taught Masters pathways for our law students. Our course tutors are hands-on and offer dynamic routes tailored to each student through the Masters (taught).
The School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast invites eligible candidates with excellent research potential who are interested in developing a proposal for a 2023 British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship in any of our thematic research areas.
On Thursday, 29th June, Law PhD students came together for a one-day conference in The Moot Court at Queen’s School of Law. In this piece, we review the day's proceedings highlighting some of the most memorable talks.
As we come to the end of another academic year, it is important to pause and reflect on what has been another productive year for our School of Law. We are proud to have hosted more than 100 events and recorded more than 30 podcast episodes.
At Queen’s University Belfast’s School of Law, we are proud to have four excellent research fellows who contribute much to the vibrancy of daily academic life and our research culture.
We are pleased to announce that Dr Evelyn Collins, CBE, has been appointed as an Honorary Professor at the School of Law at Queens University.
The School is delighted to announce that Professor Anne-Marie McAlinden has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Are you looking for a cutting-edge PhD programme that offers the opportunity to explore the transformative impacts of big data, artificial intelligence, legal tech, machine learning and other AI-related technologies on the way we live our lives?
On 31st August 2022 the final conference of the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded 'Reparations, Responsibility and Victimhood in Transitional Societies' was held in Riddel Hall.
The Student Mooting Officer will work alongside the Mooting Co-Ordinator, the Student Law Society Mooting Officer and others on the Mooting Team in helping to run the mooting programme during the academic year.