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  • Participants stood in the NLS courtroom

    Nottingham Law School's Mooter's Guild hosted it's International Women’s Day Moot on Wednesday 8 March 2023.

  • Shell oil rig in the middle of the ocean with a blue sky

    Greenpeace activists have been accused of piracy after targeting vessels and offshore platforms – but is the label of ‘pirates’ consistent with international law? Nottingham Law School PhD researcher, Laurence Teillet, explores the issue with co-researcher, Ahmad Ali Shariati, PhD student at the University of Sussex.

  • Keziah holding a Young MasterChef trophy

    Keziah Whittaker, a third year Law with Psychology student has won the first ever Young MasterChef.

  • Student looking out a window

    Nottingham Law School (NLS) student Ayomide Oluyemi is placed 21st at the British Inter-University Commercial Awareness Competition 2022.

  • City campus

    The Forward Thinking Conference organised by the Insolvency Service in conjunction with Nottingham Law School (NLS), was held at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) on 18 November 2022.

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    Nottingham Law School’s multi award winning teaching law firm, NLS Legal, has been awarded second place for the most innovative approach to developing employability skills at the HE Innovate Awards 2022.

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    Nottingham Law School hosted it's Client Interviewing Competition in 2022 and Matthew Taylor and Sid Ali Boutellis were announced as the winners.

  • Support Through Court logo

    Hundreds of Nottingham Law School students will be providing practical and emotional support for people going through court without representation as Nottingham Trent University (NTU) expands its relationship with national charity, Support Through Court.

  • Man and woman sitting in a consulting room

    Nottingham Law School’s multi award winning teaching law firm has been rebranded to NLS Legal to reflect its status more accurately as a regulated law firm and its growing range of services.

  • Callum Scott

    Nottingham Law School graduate (NLS) and NLS Legal's Callum Scott has gained his qualification to become a solicitor.