Dr Ignacio De La Rasilla Del Moral receives collaborative research grant for the study of the "Intercultural Origins of the Law of Nations"Dr Ignacio De La Rasilla Del Moral receives collaborative research grant awarded by the Institute of Global Law and Policy http://www.harvardiglp.org/
Dr Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral´s new co-edited book on the History of Spanish International Legal Thought in the 20th Century has been publishedPublished by Thompson Reuters Aranzadi, the leading publisher for legal studies in Spain, the volume gathers contributions by Spanish as well as both American and other European scholars. http://www.tienda.aranzadi.es/productos/libros/historia-del-pensamiento-iusinternacionalista-espanol-del-siglo-xx/4749/4294967293
Dr Ignacio De La Rasilla Del Moral co-hosts workshop on EU Global Governance at Parliament of AragónThis inter-disciplinary workshop gathered Spanish academics and decision-makers around the topic "History, Economics, Law and EU Global Governance in the Post-Lisbon Era" http://www.cortesaragon.es/Nota-de-prensa.
Year of exceptional professional development and extra-curricular activity culminates with award of certificates to BLS students and staff
On Friday, May 17, Brunel Law School awarded certificates to its students for their active participation in the wide range of professional development and extra-curricular activities in the academic year 2012-13.
New Publication: Dr Giannoulopoulos’ article on custodial legal assistance reforms in Scotland and France published in the Crim LRDr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos’ comparative study of custodial legal assistance reforms in Scotland and France appears in the current issue of the Criminal Law Review
Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos appears on daily news TV show to comment on the interrogation of Boston Marathon bombing suspectOn April 22, 2013, Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos appeared on the daily news TV show 'Arise News', which broadcasts from Sky, to comment on the interrogation of Djokar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bombing suspect. Dr Giannoulopoulos' analysis focused on the reasons behind not reading the suspect his Miranda rights and the potential applicability of the 'public safety exception' in this case.
Prof. Chigara gives expert opinions to the United Nations OHCHR Intergovernmental Workshop on Unilateral Coercive Measures & Human RightsResolution 19/32 of the Human Rights Council requested the OHCHR to organize a workshop on the impact of the application of unilateral coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights by the affected populations in the States targeted, with the participation of States, academic experts and civil society representatives.
On February 26, 2013, the finals of Brunel Law School’s Advanced and Beginners mooting competitions took place at the UK Supreme Court. It was a unique experience for everyone involved.
Brunel Student Captures the Prestigious 2013 Spirit of the Jessup Mooting Competition Prize at Grays Inn Chambers LondonThis year, Brunel Law School was represented by Zara Asante as sole agent.
'International law can assist the Orang Asli to regain their land rights' said Dr Xanthaki in her talk delivered to Malaysian lawyers in December 2012. Dr Xanthaki was invited by the Kuala Lumpur Bar to discuss indigenous land rights in Malaysia and ways forward.