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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.

Brunel Law School shortlisted in Prospects Postgraduate Awards 2014

Brunel Law School has been shortlisted1 for a Prospects Postgraduate Award.

The Prospects Postgraduate Awards are the only annual accolades solely dedicated to celebrating best practice and the most exciting developments in UK postgraduate education.

Dr Ayesha Shahid presented a paper at an international Conference" Gender and the Law: Limitations, Contestations and Beyond"

Dr Ayesha Shahid presented a paper "Exploring the Limits of Law: Women Domestic Workers and their Struggle for Empowerment in Pakistan" at an international Conference "Gender and the Law: Limitations,Contestations and Beyond" organised by the London Centre for Social Studies, Gediz Universtiy and Indiana University USA.

On the Internet, Advertisers know you are a dog! Dr Riefa publishes in Research Handbook on EU Internet Law

Dr Riefa co-wrote a piece with Christiana Markou on online marketing, in the Research Handbook on EU Internet Law co-edited by Andrej Savin and Jan Trzaskowski and published by Edward Elgar. The book explores the latest developments in EU Internet law and highlights the regulatory challenges faced by legislators.

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