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Almost 200 first-year undergraduate students from Westminster Law School attended the inaugural matriculation ceremony for University of Westminster students. The ceremony marked the formal admission of the students to the University and their undergraduate studies. The event was an opportunity for first year students to be welcomed by the senior...

Hélène Lambert, Professor of International Law at Westminster Law School, has written an article for The Guardian online about the problem of statelessness.

A panel event discussed the legality of the use of nuclear weapons under different international law regimes almost 20 years from the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice. An audio download of the panel event is available on Soundcloud.

Westminster Law School is delighted to announce that it has been awarded research funding of approximately £53,500 by the European Union Tempus Programme in a multi-partner project to assist higher education institutions in the Maghreb to integrate a human rights-based approach (HRBA) to higher education.

Professor Hélène Lambert was recently awarded a Dyason Fellowship from the University of Melbourne.

A panel event discussed the legality of the use of nuclear weapons under different international law regimes almost 20 years from the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice.

Westminster Law Fair

30 October 2014

"An amazing opportunity to meet and talk to many people from the legal industry"

As one of London’s leading firms of solicitors, Hodge Jones & Allen (HJA) has a proud tradition of taking on publicly-funded cases and fighting for victims of human rights abuses. For law students looking for a career in this field, the opportunity of working with Hodge Jones and Allen (HJA)...

Considering a career in Law? Come along to our Legal Careers Fair and find out what your options are.

Westminster Law School is delighted to announce that it has been awarded research funding of approximately £53,500 by the European Union Tempus Programme in a multi-partner project to assist higher education institutions in the Maghreb to integrate a human rights-based approach (HRBA) to higher education.

The Centre on the Legal Profession at the University of Westminster co-hosted ReinventLaw London with Michigan State University (MSU) College of Law on 20 June 2014 in its new state of the art lecture theatre at Little Titchfield Street.

Westminster Law school is offering a number of fee waiver PhD studentships at the home/EU rate, these are offered in various areas of Law.

A first year LLB student has been awarded a Stephen Lawrence Scholarship with Freshfields Brukhaus Deringer.

A group of Commercial Law LLM and LLB students toured the Lloyd's of London building in the City.

ReInvent Law London 2014 is a free and open conference on the future of law and is the capstone of the 21st Century Law Practice Program, a partnership between Michigan State University College of Law and Westminster Law School.

Dr Marco Roscini, Reader in International Law at the University of Westminster, has published Cyber Operations and the Use of Force in International Law.

Luke Mason, visiting lecturer in Contract Law at the University of Westminster and associate lecturer at the University of Surrey, has been named Law Teacher of the Year 2014.

The Lawyer has published a brave new regulatory world by John Flood, which looks at how international law firm regulation is trying to keep up with seismic legal market changes.

Legal Futures features John Flood's analysis of the rise of Micro Law in today's legal services market. The case for ‘micro’ law firms – small, boutique practices spun out of larger firms – is growing as lawyers struggle to control the ‘leviathan’ of big practices, a top academic has argued.

Legal Futures features John Flood's analysis of the rise of Micro Law in today's legal services market. The case for ‘micro’ law firms – small, boutique practices spun out of larger firms – is growing as lawyers struggle to control the ‘leviathan’ of big practices, a top academic has argued.

In November 2013 we were delighted that Robert Allan, a long time friend of Westminster Law School, agreed to run a number of seminars for the Theory Meets Practice series. Robert gave a series of superb music contract masterclasses.

Professor John Flood (Leverhulme research fellow and Professor of Law and Sociology) has had an article published on theguardian.com about the future of legal education.

The Centre LGS at Westminster has initiated a new volunteering programme for undergraduate students on the LLB Honours degree.

What better way to launch the Law School’s new lecture theatre than an address by one of the Faculty’s most noted alumni?

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