Papers on our research can be downloaded from the University of Westminster School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series at SSRN.
We are primarily concerned with the development of ethical awareness in law students.
This stream of research looks at how the legal professions are regulated and disciplined.
Looking at the wider influence of artificial intelligence (AI) and other technological systems across a spectrum of different spheres.
Various members of Centre staff are involved in research related to diversity.
Research on access to justice issues within the Law School coincides with pro bono work in the University of Westminster Student Law Clinic.
Although the right of young people to have a voice in decisions affecting their lives has gained considerable recognition, this is often not meaningfully achieved.
This research strand examines issues around alternative dispute resolution and ombudsmen.
This research draws heavily on empirical evidence to reach its conclusions on each of its strands of activity.
Members of the Centre collaborate with other academic institutions and bodies, nationally and internationally.
Academic staff in the Centre on the Legal Profession.