Research Hub: Coronavirus
A law unto itself
The Law School Coronavirus Research Hub brings together the work of academics at the forefront of global efforts to mitigate against the impact of COVID-19 through law and policy adaptation, and to understand the immediate and longer-lasting impacts of the pandemic.
Find out more about how the Law School's academics are responding to the coronavirus epidemic.
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Find out more about our world-leading research centres and a community of scholarship that extends way beyond the walls of the university.
Our world-leading academics are making their expertise widely available to key stakeholders and society at large to help understand the crisis and promote social justice, inclusivity and resilience in its resolution.
Latest news from Law School academics as the COVID-19 crisis reveals potential inadequacies in the world's legal systems and a need for a robust response.
Visit the Law School's Legal Research blog for in-depth opinion on the crisis on issues such as the future of work, the impact on our liberty and emergency public procurement.
Law School academics are working together and with partners and going online to help explain some of the legal, social and ethical issues arising as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Our curriculum combines teaching and research excellence. COVID-19 illustrates the diverse areas of law our courses cover - and the work the academics that teach them are involved in.