Select Committee Chair Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP visited Edge Hill University

Former Cabinet Member and now Select Committee Chair Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP visited Edge Hill University earlier this academic year to talk to students, staff and local residents about  advances for women in politics and about the campaign for Votes at 16.  Before the lecture, Ms Morgan met groups of local sixth-formers who were at […]

Report Published on a project funded by AHRC

Dr Mariagiulia Giuffre’ has taken part in a project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (2014-2016) on “Undesirable and Unreturnable? Policy challenges around excluded asylum seekers and other migrants suspected of serious criminality who cannot be removed”. The full Report has been drafted and presented in Geneva by the Refugee Law Initiative (RLI, School of Advanced Study, University […]

The Cross-fertilisation Rhetoric in Question: Use and Abuse of the European Court’s Jurisprudence by International Criminal Tribunals

‘The Cross-fertilisation Rhetoric in Question: Use and Abuse of the European Court’s Jurisprudence by International Criminal Tribunals’, 84(3) Nordic Journal of International Law (2015) 363-369. Dr. Triestino Mariniello has co-published with Dr. Paolo Lobba a special issue in the Nordic Journal of International Law. The topic is ‘The Cross-fertilisation Rhetoric in Question: Use and Abuse of […]

Department of Law and Criminology excels in Research Excellence Framework (REF)

The Department of Law and Criminology is celebrating an excellent result in the recent Research Excellence Framework (REF), the results of which were published today (18th December 2014). The REF is the government’s national assessment of university research. The REF results show that 86% of research undertaken by Law and Criminology tutors is recognised as being […]

Evaluation of treatment programme to help alleviate symptoms of PTSD

Research is currently being undertaken by Julie T Davies, Department of Law & Criminology, with the charity Talking2Minds™ (T2M™) that supports those suffering from combat related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The subject of mental health has a long, often misunderstood and varied history both within the popular imagination and schools of psychiatry, medicine and psychotherapies. […]

Edge Hill Law Academic Cited by Court of Appeal Judge

The research of an Edge Hill law academic has been cited by a senior judge. Lord Justice Laws – who is a member of the Court of Appeal and a recognised expert on the UK constitution – made reference to the work of Dr John McGarry in the Hamlyn Lectures, which have now been published […]

Law Alumnus made partner solicitor

Edge Hill University Law Alumnus Lucas Griffiths has become one of the youngest solicitors to be offered equity partnership by a commercial law firm. Lucas, 26, has been welcomed as a partner in the commercial department by Chester law firm RGK Law LLP. He has been offered a leading role with RGK, having ?previously worked […]

Conferences and Seminars Organised

June 2014: International Conference on The ‘Cross-Fertilization’ Rhetoric in Question: Use and Abuse of the European Court’s Jurisprudence by International Criminal Tribunals, with a Keynote Speaker Judge Cuno Tarfusser, Vice-President of the International Criminal Court. September 2013: International, Interdisciplinary Workshop on ‘Hans Kelsen and the Natural Law Tradition’. Hosted by the Department of Law and Criminology, Edge […]

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A free Law Clinic to be launched in the New Year

The Department of Law and Criminology is pleased to announce it will be launching a Pro Bono Law Clinic in February 2014. The Law Clinic will be based on the University’s premises at Milton House, Ruff Lane, Ormskirk, and will offer free legal advice to clients. Initially, the Law Clinic will offer advice to members […]

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