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Brunel Law School Research Student has paper selected for presentation at Harvard Law School

Saad Aljloud, one of Brunel Law School's research students, has had a paper selected which will be presented at the Eleventh Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance.

Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos discusses research collaboration with Lincoln's Inn

Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos was recently invited to Lincoln's Inn to discuss possible research collaborations with the Criminal Justice Research Centre (CJRC) at Brunel Law School.

Brunel’s IP Mooting Team win award at the International IP Moot at Pembroke College, Oxford

Congratulations to Jesse Edwards-Kwabla and Stefanie Ziegler for winning the ‘David Vaver Spirit of the Moot Award’.

When does protecting Property, result in a criminal offence rather than a civil misdemeanour?

A brief look at the history and reasoning of dishonest dealings with property being and remaining a criminal offence rather than a civil offence. A distinction between criminal prosecution and civil misdemeanours.

Fraud, Bribery, and Money Laundering: Sentencing guidelines in the context of suing the Banks

A consideration of the forthcoming sentencing guidelines coming into force on 1st October 2014, and the possible impact upon Corporates who commit economic crime.

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