News and Events

Brunel Law School students visit the International Criminal Court(ICC)

On the 8-9 April 2014, a number of Brunel Law School postgraduate students, accompanied by Lecturer Dr Eleni Polymenopoulou, had the chance to travel to the Hague, Netherlands, in order to participate to a 2-day study visit at the International Criminal Court and attend a trial chamber hearing in the case of the prosecution of Ruto and Sang.

Proposed change to the criminal law on neglect of children

The government is considering amending the law on child cruelty in section 1 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933, originally drafted in the 1860s. The campaign for this change has been led by the charity Action for Children and Professor Christine Piper has actively supported that campaign.

New external trustee role for Dr Claire Corbett

Dr Claire Corbett has recently become a trustee of the newly inaugurated Road Safety Trust. Her role includes overseeing and supporting the work of the UK Road Offender Education (UK ROEd, the business arm of the trust), and awarding grants to worthy road safety initiatives.

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.

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