News and Events

New Academic Fellows for the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple

Four leading legal academics, including one from Brunel University London, have been appointed Academic Fellows of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple.

Brunel Launches a Law and Religion event for the UK Mission in the UN in NY

Dr Peter Petkoff convened an event with the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief at the UN Headquarters in New York during the UN General Assembly. The event was hosted by the UK Mission in the UN and was chaired by Ambassador Peter Wilson CMG.

Susan Easton publishes new book on Silence and Confessions

In Silence and Confessions: The Suspect as the Source of Evidence, published by Palgrave Macmillan in October 2014, Susan Easton examines the treatment of suspects in interrogation and explores issues surrounding the right to silence and the challenges in obtaining reliable confession evidence.

Creative Writing meets Politics, History and Law

Opportunities for interaction between students and staff from different parts of the College of Business, Arts & Social Sciences

Consumer Law in England: from common law to codification? Dr Riefa publishes in book charting the protection of consumers in Europe and the Americas

In light of the latest and wide ranging reform consumer law is undergoing in the UK, Dr Christine Riefa's latest piece explores the origins and development of consumer law and its main regulations. This piece shows how complex the system of consumer protection had become in the UK and reviews the latest rationalization efforts and reforms.

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