School of Law and Social Sciences news
19 May 2023
A new database, compiled by researchers from Oxford Brookes University and experts from around the world reveals the deadly consequences of road networks and traffic on primates globally.
21 March 2023
Oxford Brookes University School of Law triumphed in two prestigious competitions in the space of a week, with two of its alumni winning an international contest.
19 December 2022
An Oxford Brookes alumnus has been recognised as one of the 100 Most Influential People of African Descent in the world, under forty years of age, by the United Nations General Assembly.
14 November 2022
An Oxford Brookes University Professor has authored a new BBC Radio 4 programme that will explore why society still assumes that women will be the main carers, both paid and unpaid, and what can be done for the roles to be changed.
10 October 2022
Deforestation and climate change are driving tree-dwelling primates to descend to more ground living
A large-scale research study of 47 species of lemurs from Madagascar and monkeys from the Americas has found that tree-dwelling species are being driven to the ground due to the impacts of deforestation and climate change.
02 September 2022
Nicholas Wilson, Lord Wilson of Culworth, has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws by Oxford Brookes University, in recognition of his lengthy and distinguished service in the courts of the UK, particularly in the field of family law and human rights
15 July 2022
Two Oxford Brookes University students studying for the Graduate Diploma in Law won a highly prestigious, national mooting competition earlier this week.
24 June 2022
An Oxford Brookes University Law lecturer has won a prestigious national award, naming him Law Teacher of the Year for 2022.
09 June 2022
Analysis of nearly a decade’s worth of research has found widespread discrepancies between the number of snake skins legally traded and properly reported and the actual number of snakes being killed, suggesting widespread illegal trading.
19 May 2022
Content warning: contains references to animal injuries which some readers may find distressing