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Oxford Brookes University's first ever quadruplets have graduated, each with a different degree.
The criminal law in relation to HIV transmission has not kept up with the science, according to a team of researchers based at Oxford Brookes, Northumbria and Kingston universities.
Oxford Brookes University is extending its international reach and impact with a new partnership in Sri Lanka, delivering degree programmes with the British College of Applied Studies (BCAS Campus).
Oxford Brookes University has been ranked amongst the "world’s top universities" in 13 subjects in the latest QS World University Rankings - up from 12 in 2019.
Oxford Brookes Principal Lecturer in Law Chara Bakalis' current research focus is on the regulation of online hate, and on the liability of social media companies for the material that appears on their platforms.
Are more effective protections against hate crime required? As the number of hate crimes continue to rise, a Law Commission conference hosted by Oxford Brookes University next month (8 March 2019) will explore the legislative improvements needed to ensure victims receive greater protection.
In October, Craig Allen (left) was invited to Washington DC to a gathering of esteemed scholars and legal professionals from around the world.
Two teams from the Oxford Brookes Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) programme have been highly successful in the leading national criminal advocacy competition.
Last month (21-26 May) Think Human Festival took place at Oxford Brookes showcasing exciting teaching and research from the humanities and social sciences. Laura Baldock, Project Manager for the festival, writes on how it went and some of the key successes.
Peter Kennard, one of Britain’s most important political artists, will be showcasing a selection of his work at Oxford Brookes University next week as part of the Think Human Festival (21-26 May).