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Sarkozy’s demise: the pre-trial investigation as humiliation By Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos

Feelings of fear for his political future, powerlessness, anger, humiliation; what could possibly be going through the mind of the former French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, when arriving at the central offices of the judicial police at Nanterre in the Paris suburbs, to be interrogated over his alleged involvement in corruption offences?

Dr de la Rasilla's new two bibliographies on the history of international law are published by OUP

The bibliographies "Medieval International Law" and "History of International Law, 1550-1700" are now available on Oxford Bibliographies of International Law http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/obo/page/international-law

Delegation Visit, RTI Commission, Pakistan

A three member delegation of the Right to Information Commission, KPK Pakistan headed by the Chief Commissioner Sahibzada Khalid visited Brunel Law School.

Brunel Law School performs strongly in student satisfaction survey

The Law School was ranked 6th in London with 90% of students satisfied overall with their LLB programme. Brunel Law School has climbed 5 places in the NSS 2014 satisfaction ratings for its undergraduate programmes. The School’s programmes are now ranked 43rd in the country for overall student satisfaction for Law.

Graduation 2014 Photos

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