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Oxford Brookes Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) students have performed exceptionally well in recent national mooting competitions.
Two Brookes Law students attended the final of a legal talent competition to present their ideas in a Dragons’ Den-style pitch.
Four Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) students spent an afternoon mooting a fictional law case as part of the Richard Ramsey Mooting competition (13 December).
A team of three Oxford Brookes University students have reached the final round of the Jean-Pictet Competition - the largest international humanitarian law competition in the world.
Staff and students from the School of Law at Oxford Brookes University recently held a 12-hour hackathon together with Oxfam’s Lawyers Against Poverty.
On Tuesday 28 November the School of Law held the annual Oxford Brookes Law Fair in the bustling forum of the John Henry Brookes Building.
Oxford Brookes University recently hosted the final of the undergraduate mooting competition in their purpose built moot court in Headington Hill Hall.
Chara Bakalis and Chris Lloyd, both members of the ‘Criminal Law and Criminal Justice’ Research Group within the School of Law, are set to publish a co-edited special issue of the journal Information & Communications Technology Law entitled ‘Dangerous Speech and Images: Regulating the Internet.’
Peter Edge, Professor in the School of Law, has a long standing specialism in the distinctive law, and legal system of the Isle of Man. This has recently been recognised by Tynwald, the Manx equivalent of Parliament.
On 4 July 2017 Oxford Brookes hosted a one-day workshop focusing on the subjects of spatiality and biopolitics in the second decade of the twenty-first century.