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Oxford Brookes University will showcase exciting and impactful teaching and research from the humanities and social sciences at a week-long festival from 21-26 May.
UK higher education funding bodies have announced the first set of panel members for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF), with four academics from Oxford Brookes University chosen to take part.
Two teams from the Oxford Brookes Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) programme have been victorious in the opening round of a national criminal advocacy competition.
A Senior researcher from Oxford Brookes University’s School of Law has formed a new research group to explore the impact Brexit will have upon European Dependent Territories (EDTs).
An article written by the Reader in Commercial Law at Oxford Brookes University School of Law has been cited by the European Parliament’s Constitutional Division as recommended reading for members of the body.
Law students from Oxford Brookes University have won the National Client Interviewing Competition of England and Wales 2018. Helena Goddard and Chris Wells won their regional heat in February, and then beat nine other teams from across the UK in the finals of the competition held on Saturday 10 March.
Chara Bakalis, Principal Lecturer in Law at Oxford Brookes University, is contributing to reform and advisory bodies on an international scale. Her research focuses on the phenomenon of hate crime and hate speech, with a particular focus on considering the ‘victims’ of crime and cyberhate.
Adetokunbo (Toks) Hussain graduated from Oxford Brookes University in 2014 with an LLB in Law.
On the 22 January 2018, a showcase of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) research took place at Oxford Brookes University. Staff and students came together under the theme of Intersections and Connections to present new ideas, and to explore the wider impact of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Professor Peter Edge, from the School of Law at Oxford Brookes University, has been extensively cited by the Isle of Man Government on the proposed reformation of their Legislative Council.