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  • Do you believe in magic? The re-emergence of the Regent Street Cinema

    29 July 2015

    Do you believe in magic? The re-emergence of the Regent Street Cinema This month marked the long awaited rebirth of our wonderful cinema,  now renamed the Regent Street Cinema. For a long time for staff at the University it was [...]

  • Greek Students at the University of Westminster – Emergency Response

    01 July 2015

    Dear Students, This is a personal message to our Greek students. As of 29.6.15 Greek issued bank cards do not work abroad (for transactions or ATM withdrawals) due to the imposition of Capital Controls. If you are a University of [...]

  • Conference on the Economic Crisis at the Law School (17.09.15)

    27 May 2015

        Westminster Law School will organise a one-day conference on the economic crisis, to be held in London in September 2015. The aim of the conference is to gather high quality research on the impacts of legal reforms in [...]

  • Sophie Smith – work experience with Spicer Zeb

    14 May 2015

    Last September, a prominent London Criminal Law Firm, JD Spicer Zeb, offered a work placement to the student who received the highest mark in the Crime module. This was won by Sophie Smith a 2nd year LLB student.   Court Visits [...]

  • The EU – just or unjust?

    30 April 2015

      Is the European Union a source of justice, or a source of injustice? The crisis in the Mediterranean has given new urgency to this question.   It’s a question which is considered in a new book Europe’s Justice Deficit? published [...]

  • Money out of thin air, or maybe not: Greece, the ECB and ELA

    08 April 2015

    All opinions are those of the blog post author and do not represent Westminster Law School or the University of Westminster. I have discussed before how the ECB has gone about systematically shutting down funding avenues for the Greek government by [...]