Law

Research activity at Nottingham Law School is enriched through the links that many staff have with government and legal agencies. This research impacts on lives and societies through its influence on policy makers and practitioners. The School also has a long history of providing academic services to law firms and undertaking contract research for a variety of agencies in the UK and abroad.

The following Impact Case Studies are linked to this subject area:

UoA Co-ordinator: Professor Rebecca Parry

Nottingham Trent University has a large, active, highly skilled and internationally recognised Law research culture. Using various methodologies, strong research has been carried out in areas including:

  • Legal Education
  • Insolvency Law
  • Healthcare Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Public International Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Criminal Justice
  • Civil Justice
  • Environmental Law

Research centres
The School has three lively research centres, reflecting its main areas of research strength:

  • Centre for Legal Education
  • Centre for Conflict, Rights and Justice
  • Centre for Business and Insolvency Law

The School has launched the Centre for Advocacy, which has as one of its objectives research into the training and practice of courtroom advocates. A Centre for Mediation has been established and it, too, will have research as one of its objectives.

In addition to the Centres the School has less formal research groups in areas including:

  • Sports Law
  • Health Care Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • European Private Law

Still need help?

Prof Rebecca Parry
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