On 31st August 2022 the final conference of the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded 'Reparations, Responsibility and Victimhood in Transitional Societies' was held in Riddel Hall.
The Student Mooting Officer will work alongside the Mooting Co-Ordinator, the Student Law Society Mooting Officer and others on the Mooting Team in helping to run the mooting programme during the academic year.
Staff and students from QUB School of Law participated in this year's Law Schools Global League Summer School in Brazil.
The School of Law is delighted to announce a PhD studentship, funded as a Collaborative Studentship by the Department for the Economy (DfE) and the Department of Justice (DoJ) and Northern Ireland Law Commission (NILC).
Dr Alice Panepinto launched her latest book, "Truth and Transitional Justice - Localising the International Framework in Muslim Majority Legal Systems" on Monday 23rd May.
Emeritus Professor Brice Dickson and Dr Conor McCormick of QUB School of Law recently edited a collection of essays in memory of Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore.
The School of Law is delighted to announce a PhD studentship, funded as a Collaborative Studentship by the Department for the Economy (DfE) and the Department of Justice (DoJ) and Northern Ireland Law Commission.
The School of Law and the School Of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics are delighted to announce a PhD studentship. The doctoral research is focused on the role of subnational entities in shaping international trade law and policy.
Law student Yi Kang Choo, originally from Malaysia, is a recipient of this years Diana Award. He has been recognised for his efforts to provide support for Malaysian students studying abroad during the pandemic.
The School of Law is delighted to announce the achievements of colleagues in attaining HEA recognition of their teaching practice, via the Queen’s Merit Award (QMA) scheme.
The School of Law extends its warmest congratulations to Mrs Justice Keegan on the news of her forthcoming appointment as Lady Chief Justice of Northern Ireland.
Professor Claire Archbold, Barrister and Deputy Departmental Solicitor for the Northern Ireland Civil Service, has been appointed Honorary Professor of Practice in Public Law at Queen’s University Belfast.