Dr Aidan Hehir, Reader in International Relations in the Faculty of Social Science discussed Theresa May’s claim that she would change Human Rights laws if they were getting in the way of stopping terrorism with BBC London’s Eddie Nestor.
Two international programmes, the AlSadi Changing Lives Programme and Westminster Working Cultures have been organised by the University of Westminster to increase Westminster students’ employability by equipping them with key skills and international experience.
A Westminster Law School LLB Honours student has been awarded a prestigious Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholarship, the third time in four years that a University of Westminster student has been selected.
Dr Naomi Creutzfeldt (pictured above right), Lecturer in Law in the Westminster Law School, has been awarded £449,000 by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to conduct research into the access to justice available to vulnerable and energy-poor consumers in the European Energy Market.
Two postgraduate students from Westminster Law School, Livia Carlini Schmidt and Manvir Grewal, presented at the Second International Symposium on Gender, Law and Constitutions on 12-13 April in Washington, DC, alongside student researchers from universities worldwide.
Shaheen Mamun, who graduated from the Westminster Law School’s LLB Honours Solicitors Exempting degree (now MLaw - Integrated Masters of Law) in 2014, has won the Malcolm X Young Person’s Award for Excellence at the Muslim News Awards 2017.
LISA, the world’s first impartial robot lawyer, was launched last week by Chrissie Lightfoot, Entrepreneur Lawyer and Visiting Fellow at Westminster Law School and promises to revolutionise the way that students, entrepreneurs and businesses access legal services.
The Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture at Westminster Law School was delighted to continue its ongoing collaboration with Sheridans at this sold out event held in the historic Boardroom at the University of Westminster on 6 March.
The Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture and Westminster Law School were delighted to welcome Sir Richard Arnold on 6 November, for the first in what is hoped will be an ongoing series of events.
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has awarded Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Professor of Law and Theory in the Westminster Law School and Director of The Westminster Law and Theory Lab, the prestigious Senior Distinguished Environmental Law Education Award 2016.
80 first-year undergraduate students from Westminster Law School attended a matriculation ceremony on 12 October 2016, marking their formal admission into the University and the start of their undergraduate studies.
Dr Ioannis Glinavos, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Westminster, wrote a blog for The Huffington Post on what to expect from the financial services industry in the aftermath of Trump’s victory.
Last Wednesday, 16 November 2016, marked the 50th anniversary of the first screening of Cathy Come Home, a television drama which is considered to have had major contribution to British culture. Exactly 50 years on from its premiere in the Wednesday Play series, the University of Westminster hosted a screening...
Professor Hélène Lambert is to speak at a seminar hosted by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law on ‘The “refugee crisis”: Challenges and implications for international and EU law’.