Skip to content

Browse our news

Read the latest news on university research, initiatives and successes.

Show filters

Filter by:

Published date
You have filtered by:
Showing results 1-10 of 19
  • Shoes on a running track

    As the Sports Councils Equality Group (SCEG) Guidance for Transgender Inclusion in Domestic Sport is released, Dr Seema Patel – an expert on gender rights in sport at Nottingham Law School – gives her reaction.

  • Student and solicitor consulting with a client

    The work of Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre in supporting members of the local community with free and affordable legal advice has been recognised once again with a win at the LawWorks and Attorney General Student Pro Bono Awards 2021.

  • Students at the Legal Advice Centre

    A series of free legal webinars for members of the Mansfield and Ashfield community are to be held by Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre, tackling issues such as housing, welfare benefits and intellectual property.

  • Child playing with a sensory board

    Families of children with special educational needs who are appealing local authority education and support decisions can access free advice and representation from the Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre.

  • Students at the Legal Advice Centre

    More than £5 million has been secured for people in Nottinghamshire by students working at Nottingham Law School’s Legal Advice Centre.

  • Philanthropy

    Despite being dead for over 100 years, the steel tycoon and one of the richest men in the world during his day, Andrew Carnegie (1835 – 1919) remains a pivotal figure for wealthy philanthropists seeking to ‘do good’ with their fortunes. Colin Alexander, Senior Lecturer in Political Communications at Nottingham Trent University comments on Andrew Carnegie and philanthropy.

  • Misogyny

    The national roll-out of a police requirement to record data on hate crimes motivated by misogyny has been welcomed by a pioneering team of campaigning researchers at Nottingham’s two universities and the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Paddy Tipping.

  • Shadows of a woman and man on the ground

    There has been an outpouring of grief, anger and further sharing of stories by women expressing how they feel unsafe in public spaces due to harassment by men in the aftermath of the abduction and murder of Sarah Everard. Associate Professor Loretta Trickett, Nottingham Law School, and Professor Louise Mullany, University of Nottingham, discuss what this tells us about women’s safety in our current society.,-and-government-responses-do-not-go-far-enough

  • Jenny Chapman

    Nottingham Law School (NLS) has appointed Jenny Chapman as its new Executive Dean.

  • Rugby ball

    A researcher from Nottingham Law School has contributed to a ground-breaking workshop held by World Rugby to discuss introducing a transgender policy for the sport.