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Students have competed at the Supreme Court to win the Westminster Law School Godfrey Cole Mooting Shield.

A team from the University of Westminster reached the quarter finals of the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Moot at the London School of Economics.

International Affairs Forum (Centre for International Relations, Washington DC) has recently published its Winter 2016 issue, titled 'A World on the Move: Migration and Statelessness'.

Law firm Peters & Peters recently visited the University of Westminster to deliver a skills session to students as part of Westminster Law School’s innovative Legal Skills Academy.

Professor Lisa Webley, from the Westminster Law School, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Oxford University Press Law Teacher of the Year Award 2016.

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The University of Westminster, in partnership with Santander Bank PLC, is holding a competition to develop a new online resource to support students in building the skills and competencies they need to prepare them for life after their studies.

Research on the effects of child abduction by Professor Marilyn Freeman, Principal Research Fellow at the Westminster Law School, formed part of the UK Supreme Court’s consideration of a child abduction case.

This year, the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture’s Film Matters series, focusing on the theme of change, will feature a stellar line up of films - Ex Machina, Spielberg’s AI, The Imitation Game and The Possibilities are Endless.

Professor Adam Lazowski from the Westminster Law School gave oral evidence to the European and External Relations Committee of the Scottish Parliament about the implications of the UK potentially leaving the EU.

Building on the success of the Film Matters 2015 programme, the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture is delighted to announce details of the 2016 screenings.

A panel discussion titled 'Iran Nuclear Deal: Problems and Prospects' was organised by International Law at Westminster Research Group on 17 November 2015. The aim was to consider the legal, political and diplomatic implications of the Iran nuclear deal, signed in July 2014 by the P5+1 (UK, France, US, Germany,...

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Westminster Law School, under the auspices of the French Embassy in the United Kingdom, and supported by liaison magistrate Elisabeth Pelsez, hosted an important conference on a seminal reform of French contract law. The event was sponsored by premier international law firm Gide Loyrette Nouel and brought together more than...

Professor of International Law at the University of Westminster Dr Hélène Lambert will be responsible for one third of a significant project aiming to develop a new theoretical approach to understanding the role of imminence as both a function of time and probability in international law in the field of...

Westminster Law School PhD student Eliza Watt has had an article on US and UK surveillance powers published in The Conversation.

* The phrase ‘Study Law and Buy A Gun’ was attributed by Nick Mason to Noel Redding, and given as a tongue in cheek response to the question as to what advice Nick would give an artist today.

A busy month event wise at the Centre.

The event was part of a series focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and the Law and was attended by more than 150 people.

On 13 October, a joint collaboration between the Centre for Law Society and Popular Culture and our friends in English Linguistic and Cultural Studies took place.

A series of posters from the swinging sixties are being exhibited at the Little Titchfield Street campus.

The conference ‘Adrift in the European Crisis: interrogating the impact of global and regional legal reforms on economic rights’ emphasised the role of law in planning for a return to growth.

Organised by the International Law at Westminster research group, the conference ‘Adrift in the European Crisis: interrogating the impact of global and regional legal reforms on economic rights’ emphasised the role of law in planning for a return to growth.

Westminster Law School and the University of Westminster Outreach Team welcomed 9–10 year old school pupils and their teachers to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.

Centre member Dr Stephanie Roberts helped organise the very successful Law Commission symposium on Firearms Law hosted by Westminster Law School this month.

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