One of Britain’s most distinguished lawyers, Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, will deliver the inaugural Woodsford Litigation Funding Lecture at the University of Westminster. The flagship lecture will be attended by as many as 300 barristers, solicitors, judges, academics, students, legal journalists, policymakers, and others with an interest in the law...
Following on from its successful inaugural symposium during the last academic year on 12 September 2016, the Westminster interdisciplinary research group, Translaborate, held its first Translab workshop for a small number of academics focusing on themes arising from translation and collaboration.
Shaheen Mamun who graduated from University of Westminster with an LLB Honours Solicitors Exempting degree (now MLaw - Integrated Master’s in Law) has been shortlisted for the Junior Lawyer of the Year Award 2016 as part of The Law Society Excellence Awards.
In the new academic year, University of Westminster academics from the Department of Computer Science and Westminster Law School (WLS) hope to pilot, with the help of WLS students, a high-tech and innovative computer game using virtual reality that they have been developing in partnership.
Senior lecturer in Law Dr Ioannis Glinavos recently wrote a piece about Brexit and its effect on the wider economic and socio-political landscape for The Conversation and contributed to an interview for Raconteur Magazine.
When Jim Hirschmann didn’t get the grades he wanted at A Level, he didn’t give up on his university dream. Instead, he saw clearing as an opportunity, and came to the University of Westminster. He then graduated from the Westminster Law School, and became SU President.
The International Centre for Family Law Policy and Practice, in association with The Westminster Law School, together with the Rt Hon Sir Mathew Thorpe, hosted the 2016 International Family Law Lecture at the University of Westminster’s Regent Street campus on Monday 4 July.
Professor Hélène Lambert participated in an expert meeting organised by the International Rescue Committee, with support from TrustLaw and Latham and Watkins, on accelerating legal pathways of refugees from Greece on Wednesday 25 May.