Below are the latest news stories from LSE Law. Click on a headline to read more.
10 January 2018
This year LSE Law welcomes Rokhaya Diallo, journalist, award-winning film-maker and activist, to speak about the future of race relations in Europe, to Cumberland Lodge.
19 December 2017
'Starting Out on a Judicial Career: Gender Diversity and the Appointment of Recorders, Circuit judges, and Deputy High Court Judges, 1996-2016' by Michael Blackwell is available in the Journal of Law and Society
5 December 2017
LSE in the Hague
We are pleased to announce that we will run a trip to the Hague for LSE LLM students specialising in international law.
21 September 2017
Dr Orla Lynskey on 'data power'
When we talk about data power we talk about the harm extending from this as more than just economic. There are societal implications.
14 September 2017
New Book: A Global Analysis of Tax Treaty Disputes
Associate Professor Eduardo Baistrocchi has just published A Global Analysis of Tax Treaty Disputes. This essential two-volume treatise offers an in-depth analysis of the leading tax treaty disputes in the G20 and beyond within the first century of international tax law.
6 July 2017
Dr Kai Möller on German same-sex marriage law
Article 6 of the Basic Law, which protects marriage, should be interpreted in line with the fundamental values of the Constitution, namely human dignity, freedom, and equality.
24 May 2017
Dr Julie McCandless on BBC Radio Ulster
On 21 May 2017, Dr Julie McCandless appeared on BBC Radio Ulster's Sunday Sequence to discuss her new book Northern / Irish Feminist Judgments: Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity.
15 May 2017
Dr Roxan presents report to EU Parliament PANA Committee
On 2 May Ian Roxan presented a Report on "Rules on independence and responsibility regarding auditing, tax advice, accountancy, account certification services and legal services" to the European Parliament’s PANA Committee.
28 March 2017
Policy Briefing Papers: Brexit Special
Seven members of LSE Law – all specialists in their field – explain the process of negotiating Brexit as well as the impact of Brexit on UK constitutional law, trade relationships with the EU, financial services, competition law, privacy laws and the institutions of the EU.
15 March 2017
LSE Law LLM gets top ratings
LSE Law’s LLM has been rated highly by the editors of LLM Guide, an online directory of Masters of Laws programmes from around the world.
13 March 2017
Reforming the Doctorate in the Social Sciences
The European University Institute has produced a report on the future of the European Doctorate, Reforming the Doctorate in the Social Sciences: A Report on Good Practice, written by a taskforce including Professor Linda Mulcahy.
20 February 2017
GCR’s Academic Excellence Award
Dr Pablo Ibáñez Colomo, Associate Professor of Law, is one of five nominees for the Academic Excellence Award given every year by Global Competition Review.
25 January 2017
LSE Law: Workshop for Young EU Lawyers
The Law Department at the London School of Economics & Political Science is pleased to announce its second workshop for young EU lawyers.
23 January 2017
LSE Law student Temi Mwale listed in Forbes' 30 Under 30 Europe
Congratulations to Temi Mwale, 3rd year undergraduate student at LSE Law, and CEO and Founder of The 4Front Project, was named in Forbes’ second annual “30 Under 30 Europe” list in the Social Entrepreneur category. The list features 300 young innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders across Europe who are under 30 years of age and who are transforming business, technology, finance, media, culture and more, as judged by some of the most accomplished and acclaimed individuals in each category.
23 January 2017
Professor Mulcahy elected to the Council of JUSTICE
Linda Mulcahy has been elected to the Council of JUSTICE which seeks to advance the fair administration of justice and to persuade decision-makers by the strength of their legal research and reasoned argument. Over the years, JUSTICE has maintained a reputation for being far-sighted, independent and practical in its approach to law reform. Linda has been involved with the work that JUSTICE has been doing on the abolition of the dock in criminal proceedings and was part of the working party which recently produced a report on 'What is a Court?'
23 January 2017
Britain and Europe: Towards Brexit?
Professor Niamh Moloney and Dr Edmund Schuster recently presented their research at an LSE event in Brussels on 'Britain and Europe: Towards Brexit?'
4 January 2017
Weightmans funds new PhD scholarship
Top 45 National Law Firm Weightmans LLP has signed a gift agreement with LSE Law to provide funding for students to undertake research in healthcare and medical law.
3 January 2017
Professor Nicola Lacey recognised in New Year's Honours
Congratulations to Professor Nicola Lacey, who has been recognised in the New Year's Honours List, receiving a CBE for her services to Law, Justice and Gender Politics.