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SLSA Mentoring Scheme: Call for Mentees

July 10th, 2024|0 Comments

The SLSA Pilot Mentoring Scheme ran from October 2023-April 2024. The scheme was launched because our 2022 EDI Survey highlighted the need to improve community inclusion and diversity by creating channels for the transfer of knowledge from more established socio-legal [...]

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Protest camps on university campuses: the legal status of assemblies on private land

July 10th, 2024|0 Comments

William Norcup-Brown, Ph.D. Candidate in Law, School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool Over the past two months many British universities have seen protest camps erected on their campuses in response to the Israel-Palestine conflict. Some universities approached this [...]

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Empirical teaching in law: Building an empirical legal revolution

June 26th, 2024|0 Comments

Alysia Blackham, Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne, Australia and Kylie Burns, Griffith Law School, Griffith University, Australia There is a growing need – and desire – for empirical legal research, and for lawyers who are empirically literate, that is, [...]

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The overlooked realm of tactile artistic works within UK Copyright Law

June 26th, 2024|0 Comments

Annaliese Wren, PhD Candidate and Graduate Teacher, University of Bristol When we think about art in relation to copyright in the UK, there may be a temptation to restrict what we perceive as artistic to a literal interpretation of the categories contained [...]

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