Dr Cheryl Lawther, Lecturer in the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast, opened the launch of media guidelines for interviewing victims and survivors
Streetlaw is a project which aims at educating the community on legal issues.
This is the journal's first special edition and focusses on Brexit and International Law.
The School of Law is very pleased to be able to share news of a number of important instances of recognition and distinction for our colleagues
"Technophilia, technophobia, and technobabble: the relationship between law and innovation"
Teaching and Learning innovation in the Law School
Thomas Stewart is delighted to be the 2019 recipient of the LA Externship
Rebekah Corbett (first left) from the Law School is pictured here with the others in a team of first year LINCS (Leverhulme Interdisciplinary Network on Cybersecurity and Society)
We are delighted to inform that the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission awarded our School a Jean Monnet Module plaque.
Helena Normanton and Her Challenge to the Legal Profession
This one-day conference from BrexitLawNI and the Equality Coalition will examine the risks of hardened entitlement boundaries between different groups of citizens in post-Brexit Northern Ireland
In 2018 a QUB Law candidate, Dr Clare Patton, won one of six ESRC NINE postdoctoral fellowships.
The 21-year-old Law student spent a year studying business at Marymount University, Virginia and hopes to use the experience to pursue a career in commercial law.
All participants had made it through two preliminary selection stages, a research exercise and a skeleton argument, before they mooted a Criminal Law appellate case before Philip Aldworth QC and Cringe J.
This Award recognises the School's commitment to gender equality among all staff and students and work undertaken to address challenges in this area.