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We continue to be committed to a broad-based research agenda that cover a wide range of law disciplines. We intend to drive this agenda by developing further our current research strengths, while opening the door to the possibilities of new research agendas developing. Our strong presence in international law and human rights is evident through the school staff’s involvement in the establishment and the editing of several law journals, such as the International Human Rights Law Review (IHRLR), the State Practice and International Law Journal (SPILJ) and the Oxford Journal of Law and Religion (OJLR). We consider the success of these journals a measure of our success in consolidating our position as leaders in the relevant fields. We also plan to further strengthen our links with stakeholders at the national and international level. 

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