Medical Law Mooting Success for Bristol Inter-varsity Team14 December 2015University of Bristol law students are making a name for themselves as tough competition when it comes to putting forward a solid legal argument, most recently making the final of a Medical Law Mooting Competition organised by the University of Leicester.
The Immigration Bill is bad news for families9 December 2015The 2015 Immigration Bill, which is currently making its way through parliament, could have grave implications for asylum-seeking families if passed without amendment.
STUDENT NEWS: Staff Student Liaison. Your Voice.25 November 2015This month we met with 3rd year student Barbara Hardy to find out more about her role as an Academic Representative. In this Q&A Barbara discusses the processes for students to get their voices heard - and why we should celebrate student and tutor relations.
University of Bristol Law Club President celebrates alumni24 November 2015As past graduates spanning the generations met at a reunion dinner earlier this month, Sam Unsworth, President of the Law Club (UBLC), celebrated the alumni network for the role it plays in providing students with the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for.
MSc Student Multiple Award Winner23 November 2015The School would like to congratulate Msc student Natalie Kyneswood on being awarded both the Middle Temple Lechmere Essay Prize and the Association of Lawyers for Animal Welfare Essay Prize 2015.
Tough competition for Law Clinic places19 November 2015Following an extensive recruitment drive, University of Bristol’s Law Clinic received over 220 applications for just 35 spaces. Student Director, Nick Roper, discusses the process and why places are in such high demand.
Alumni Dinner: 'Reigniting the Passion'9 November 2015Under the banner 'Reigniting the Passion' and in the presence of distinguished guest the Chancellor, Baroness Hale, law graduates stretching from the 1960s to the present day, together with current Law School staff and student representatives met for a convivial, sell-out, dinner at the Athenaeum Club, London on Thursday 5 November.
Opinion: Is shared ownership weak?9 October 2015Shared ownership week (5-11 October) offers a moment to celebrate innovation within social housing and reflect on what more needs to be achieved. David Cowan, Professor of Law and Policy at University of Bristol Law School, joins the debate.
Post-Graduate Environmental Law Symposium Announced8 October 2015The fourth Environmental Law Symposium, organised jointly by the University College London Faculty of Law and King’s College London Dickson Poon School of Law, has been announced. The symposium will be held on 25th February 2016 at King’s College London.
Conference on the Environmental Law and Policy Implications of Brexit8 October 2015With Britain facing a European Referendum in 2017, this all day conference considers the implications of Brexit on UK Environmental policy, so much of which currently derives from the European Union and will ask what agencies, regulators and regulated industries are doing to prepare.
STUDENT NEWS: Dedicated to Employability1 October 2015Our reputation is your reputation. Reputation opens doors and helps you stand out from the crowd. We work hard to deliver a first class education and have a successful and dedicated Alumni as a result. Clair Gammage, Director of Employability, discusses how students past and present are helping improve your career prospects.
Q&A: Welcoming Michael Ford QC1 October 2015A renowned employment barrister, a one time member of the GB international cycling team, and a legal champion for workers’ rights, why has Michael Ford QC returned to academic life?