Research to explore information sharing between international law enforcement agencies, led by Edge Hill University, has been awarded almost one million pounds in funding to tackle serious organised crime and human trafficking.
A law graduate who has kickstarted her journey to becoming a barrister claims that it would not have been possible without her scholarship from Edge Hill University.
Following the news that MPs have voted through the Government’s new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, a constitutional law expert at Edge Hill explains what the legislation will mean for UK policing.
A Lancashire mum has published a book about the tragic loss of her baby daughter at seven weeks old in the hope that her story can help others heal from grief.
A new mental health initiative set up by Edge Hill law students has been launched with a new student-to-student support scheme to help those who may be struggling during the pandemic.
An Edge Hill professor has produced a unique new book that brings together leading criminologists and theologians to challenge accepted conventions in the criminal justice system.
An inspiring student who is fighting for the victims of the Windrush scandal with the support of Edge Hill University talks about her experiences of working on such a high-profile case during Black History Month.
A Senior Law Lecturer at Edge Hill University is fighting for the rights of two young refugees who she believes exemplify the consequences of Europe failing to live up to its responsibilities.
A law student at Edge Hill University has landed a work placement with a leading North West law firm as a reward for coming top of her class.
A Criminology Professor at Edge Hill University has been appointed to a top role in the world-renowned British Society of Criminology (BSC).