When same-sex couples and their children cross borders within the EU, established legal ties can cease to exist, benefits can disappear, and some children cannot get citizenship and are left…Read More >
CCLFR Research Seminar Artificial Intelligence in Financial Services Dr Francesco De Pascalis, Lecturer, Brunel University, School of Law Chair: Dr Andrea Miglionico
The Hamlyn Lecture will be delivered by Professor Sir John Baker (St Catherine’s College Cambridge) on the subject of the history of English Law. It will be followed by a…Read More >
CCLFR Research Seminar Employee representation on boards Professor Konstantinos Sergakis, Chair, University of Glasgow, School of Law Chair: Dr Andrea Miglionico
Professor Graham Box unpicks how soft drinks companies twisted the evidence on the harmful effects of sugar in a recent post he co-authored for The Conversation.
CCLFR Research Seminar Bonus cap and remuneration policy in the banking sector Dr Andreas Kokkinis, Associate Professor, Warwick University, School of Law Chair: Dr Andrea Miglionico
Greta Thunberg and 15 other children are legally challenging world leaders for violating their children’s rights by failing to act on climate change. Sarah Harrop sat down with Human Rights Law…Read More >
For patients who are chronically or terminally ill, access to ‘last chance’ treatments can seem like a lottery. Professor Newdick’s advice as member of an independent inquiry committee has helped…Read More >
A transgender man who objected to being identified as ‘mother’ on his baby’s birth certificate has lost his High Court case. Reading Law Professor Thérèse Callus explores the issues.
The Commercial Law Research Network – Nigeria (CLRN_N) has been created to address the challenge of ineffective commercial law reform and policy in the emerging world. It brings together researchers…Read More >