#SLSA2021 Cardiff: Justice, Inclusion, Resilience

December 15th, 2020|0 Comments

By John Harrington and Lizzy Wilmington, for the Cardiff Organising Committee Cardiff School of Law and Politics are delighted to host the SLSA UK Annual Conference from 30th March to 1st April next. Celebrating 50 years of Law at Cardiff [...]

Competition law, Big Data and Privacy: Where are we now?

December 14th, 2020|0 Comments

By Arletta Gorecka, University of Strathclyde (@arlettagorecka) The magnitude of data collection raises challenges for both society and legislation, as personal data is seen as a tradable commodity, placing companies in a position where the data helps them to achieve [...]

Debating Gender and Sex: Meaning, Reality and the Creation of Other Futures

December 9th, 2020|0 Comments

Image Credit: Ben Kanter By Davina Cooper, Kings College London (@DavinaCooper5) The current conflict over sex and who gets to count as a woman is also a conflict about how to understand reality and how to have a [...]

The 5th annual lecture by our brilliant alumni Sir Richard Arnold takes place online on 18/2/2021 at 5:30 at @UW_WLS. Booking and details here ... https://westminster.ac.uk/events/sir-richard-arnold-westminster-law-school-annual-lecture-2021
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