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Greek Government between a rock and a hard place

Greek election promises have left the debt-ridden country torn between its people and the demands of the Eurozone, Brunel’s Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos told Arise News.

UK framework for fight against economic crime attracts interest in France

Dr Giannoulopoulos provided analysis of the special investigatory powers possessed by British financial and prosecuting authorities, and how these impact upon defendants' rights.

Authorizing bulk access to stored data as directed surveillance is clearly incompatible with Human Rights Law

Dr Christian Heitsch talks on cyber surveillance law at CIISS conference

Law School students debate UK in Europe

On March 17, 2015, the finals of the Brunel Law School internal debating competition saw year 1 students debating for and against termination of the UK's membership in the European Union.

Law students return to the UK Supreme Court

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The finals of the Law School mooting (fictional trials) competition took place at the UK Supreme Court, for a second time in the last three years.

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