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  • AHRC roundtable attendees

    On Tuesday 14 June, Nottingham Law School hosted a roundtable to receive feedback from key stakeholders on a Arts and Humanities Research Council project.

  • Professional female swimmer ready to dive into a pool

    Dr Seema Patel, expert and researcher on gender discrimination in sport, comments on the decision by swimming’s governing body to ban transgender women swimmers from competing in female categories.,-performance-and-human-rights

  • European Union refugee crisis concept. People in front of a border wall with a EU flag

    To mark World Refugee Day 2022, Dr Ruth Brittle - immigration and asylum law expert -discusses the plight of refugees and the government deal to send asylum seekers to Rwanda.,-we-all-need-healing

  • Christian Weaver signing books

    On Wednesday 27 April, Nottingham Law School hosted Alumni Fellow, Christian Weaver for a day of events in celebration of his book, The Law in 60 Seconds, a Pocket Guide to Your Rights.,-christian-weaver,-launches-new-book

  • Mooters involved in the Ian Hutton Memorial Moot


    Ian Hutton Memorial Moot 2022

    1 April 2022

    Nottingham Law School returned to holding its annual Ian Hutton Memorial Moot face to face in one of its courtrooms on 31st March 2022.

  • Team collecting the award

    A University law firm which has recovered more than £5.5m for its clients has been named Law Firm of the Year.

  • international mediation competition

    Nottingham Law School students take part in international mediation competition

  • Client Interviewing Competition students

    Nottingham Law School students Mikki Chan and Noah Butler have been announced The Nottingham Law School Client Interviewing Competition winners.

  • Silhouettes of people walking

    Dr Ruth Brittle, lecturer at Nottingham Law School with research interests in children's rights, refugee and asylum law and international human rights, responds to government proposals to overhaul the Human Rights Act.

  • Shadow of a woman walking

    Associate Professor Loretta Trickett, Nottingham Law School, was part of the team involved in making misogyny a hate crime in Nottinghamshire. Here she reacts to the latest news from the Law Commission that misogyny will not be included in hate crime laws.