School of Law

  • Research students

    Name Research area Email
    Alfred Fullah The Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL)
    Sarah Hayes The extent to which public engagement by the religious precinct destabilises religious autonomy
    Ryal Wun The Use of Force and Statehood Seeking Territories


    Name Title Director of Study Year
    Dr Kate Clayton Hathway Paying ‘due regard’? The impact of the Public Sector Equality Duty on service provision for single mothers Prof Lucy Vickers
    Prof Tina Miller
    Dr Lucia Brieskova Rights Mobility and Integration of Intra-corporate Transferees in Europe: the case of Slovakia and England. Dr Dawn Sedman 2018
    Dr Nawaf Alyseen Islamic public policy and morality principles and their effect Trademark registration and protection in the light of the TRIPS Agreement Dr Ilona Cheyne 2017
    Dr Sonia Morano Foadi   Prof Lucy Vickers
    Prof Peter Edge
    Dr Bader Alshradi Consistency of the interpretation and implementation of command responsibility and its components in international criminal law Dr Dawn Sedman 2016
    Rabiqah Natasha Halim Binte Mohamed Yusof (Master of Philosophy) Brunei: Building and enshrining and absolute monarchy Dr Derek O’Brien
    Prof Peter Edge
    Dr Laurin Correa Carranza Implementation of TRIPS in developing countries, Chile and Equador as examples Dr Ilona Cheyne 2015
    Dr Mohammad Almaharmeh Jurisdiction and Legal Conflicts in Cyberspace: a critical assessment of the Jordanian rules Prof Peter Edge 2014
    Dr Felipe Romero Moreno Amending the UK Digital Economy Act 2010 from a subsciber's human rights perspective Prof Peter Edge 2014
    Dr Theodore Ngoy Ilunga Wa Nsenga The presumption of innocence before the international criminal court Prof Peter Edge 2011
    Dr Wipaphat Swangphol Religious grievance in modern terrorism: trouble in southeast Asia and a case study in southern Thailand Prof Peter Edge 2011
    Dr (Mohammad) Javad Gohari A legal Study of the Right to Life in the European Convention on Human Rights and Islam Prof Peter Edge 2011