Middlesex University London - School of Law

at The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT United Kingdom

The School of Law offers UG and PG programmes in Law, Criminology, Sociology, Politics, Development, Environmental Governance and International Relations.


Middlesex University London - School of Law
The Burroughs
London NW4 4BT
United Kingdom
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The School of Law brings together disciplines with a long-standing reputation at Middlesex University and over 1,700 students study within the School. The teaching, research and advocacy strengths of the school are reflected in our Criminology and Sociology and Law departments, alongside The Social Policy Research Centre, European Human Rights Advocacy Centre, and Doctoral Institute. These provide an optimal basis for high-quality applied teaching, research and public engagement. All our courses have been designed to help you develop the knowledge and practical skills that you will need to build a successful career. Law students develop research and mooting skills while our criminology students develop in-depth knowledge through the examination of real-life case studies. Politics and sociology students develop advanced analytical skills and a broad global perspective through the examination of a wide range of contemporary events and issues. Our commitment to providing an outstanding learning environment means that our most distinguished academics are actively involved in teaching across all our undergraduate courses, With our London location close to the centre of policy and practice in key national, European and international issues, the diversity and excellence of our academic staff,, the School is building on its existing strong reputation as an internationally competitive, broad based law school.

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LAST FEW SPACES AVAILABLE: 13/04/15 Law Society Talk, Chancery Lane, 18:00-20:00 ‘Business and Human Rights’. Juliya Arbisman (Senior Associate at Amsterdam & Partners, Law Society human rights committee member and member of the Law Society Business Human rights Advisory Group) & Dr Nadia Bernaz (Middlesex University) Booking link: https://events.lawsociety.org.uk/ClientApps/Silverbear.Web.EDMS/public/default.aspx?tabId=37&id=912&orgId=1

Published on 2015-03-23 14:08:23 GMT

A big congratulations to Mariette Jones for winning the poster prize in last week's student PHD conference, her poster titled "What role the libel jury". Well done and keep the good work up!

Published on 2015-06-24 13:32:33 GMT

COMPARATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAMME ON POVERTY Internships! The Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) is a programme under the International Social Science Council (ISSC), hosted by the University of Bergen (UiB). Interns at CROP will have the opportunity to work in an international, multi-cultural research environment. Applicants are invited to send a letter of motivation and a full CV (both in English), to the CROP Secretariat (crop@uib.no)

Published on 2015-06-22 17:23:53 GMT

Dr Alice Donald & Prof Philip Leach from @mdxlawschool talk about ECtHR Chaired by Tony Fisher from @LSHumanRights for session2 #MDXatLawSoc

Published on 2015-01-29 15:56:59 GMT

Today's Human Rights Practice Short Course Law Society Talk: The UK and the European Court of Human Rights. Dr Alice Donald (Middlesex University), Professor Philip Leach (Middlesex University) Chaired by Tony Fisher, Law Society Human Rights Committee Member We'll be live tweeting. Add us on twitter: @mdxlawschool Hash tag: #MDXatLawSoc The UK's troubled relationship with Strasbourg has taken a critical turn with the Conservative proposals to withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights if its unilateral proposals to weaken the authority of the European Court of Human Rights are rejected by the Council of Europe. This session will explore the future of the UK-Strasbourg relationship in the light of the UK parties' manifesto positions. It will also examine the wider reform process within the Council of Europe, which seeks to secure the future of the Court in the face of multiple institutional and political pressures.

Published on 2015-01-29 15:50:47 GMT

Marie Snelling Director of IOM Neighbourhoods & Programmes from @MOPACLdn discusses Strategic Ambitions for London gangs & youth violence

Published on 2014-09-05 09:52:55 GMT

Middlesex professor takes lead in groundbreaking NHS research: Prof. David Lewis from the School of Law has been invited to take a leading role in a review looking at whistleblowing in the NHS. Professor Lewis will be work­ing with colleagues within the School including social science expert Alessio D’An­gelo, and leading software specialist Dr Lisa Clarke, to undertake a confidential sur­vey about whistleblowing. The survey will be sent to all NHS trusts and their staff together with relevant regulators, trade unions and professional bodies. More information here: http://www.intra.mdx.ac.uk/news-events/news/Middlesex-professor-leads-groundbreaking-NHS-research.aspx

Published on 2014-08-29 09:47:13 GMT

.@E_Martellozzo Great - look forward to seeing you there!

Published on 2014-08-28 09:30:56 GMT

UKAEL ESSAY COMPETITION: The competition is open to full time law students, trainee solicitors and pupil barristers who are UKAEL members. Entrants must be UK residents and based at UK institutions or firms at the time of the Congress. The title of the essay is: “How is the relationship between EU law and member state law conceived by the CJEU, and how can this conception be reconciled with the sovereignty of Parliament in the UK?” Essays of no more than 2000 words (including footnotes) will be judged by a panel from the UKAEL Committee. The prize is payment of the registration at the FIDE Congress in Budapest plus a bursary for travel and accommodation. The winner will be expected to contribute a short written report on the Congress upon return. Please register your interest by emailing Kerstin.Wachholz@kcl.ac.uk, stating your name, address, institution, year of study. Essays must reach UKAEL by 28 February 2016.

Published on 2015-12-18 08:50:16 GMT

Internship opportunity (20th December application deadline) The Universal Rights Group (URG) is currently seeking an intern to start in January 2016, for a period of 3-6 months (negotiable). The successful candidate will have the chance to attend the 31st session of the Human Rights Council (in March), and will gain professional human rights research and communications experience in an exciting international environment. For further details, please contact Dr Elvira Dominguez Redondo at e.dominguez-redondo@mdx.ac.uk