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Robert Craig

29 August 2019 

What happens after a vote of no confidence in the UK Prime Minister? Robert Craig with LSE Law attempts to set out a route map.



Jo Murkens-2015

28 August 2019

“Johnson acts like a puppet king:” Dr Jo Murkens provides some analysis on the behaviour of Boris Johnson and the unfolding events at Westminster.











Kai Moller

18 July 2019

Circumcision: a child's perspective
Dr Kai Möller on the underlying trauma of circumcision and its relationship to the human rights of a child.























14 June 2019

Consent, Legitimation and Dysphoria

The 2019 Chorley Lecture by Professor Robin West.





































13 March 2019

Report from the House of Lords Communications Committee:
Regulating in a digital world




11 March 2019

Job opportunity:
LSE Fellow (up to two posts available)






6 March 2019

Job opportunity
Undergraduate Student Adviser










19 February 2019

Job opportunity:
Assistant Professor in Law (European Union Law)













Insa Koch-2014

9 January 2019

Dr Insa Koch
Everyday authoritarianism: an anthropology of citizenship and welfare in austerity Britain (LSE British Politics and Policy Blog)












The LSE Department of Law is excited to announce that we are now able to extend the Alumni Reunion weekend to alumn……

14 hours ago

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