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Recent news and information about upcoming events, including the Ghandhi Research Seminar Series

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Profiles of our world-leading staff in GLAR

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Find out more about our various LLM programmes in global law

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Current global law projects at Reading and our recent publications

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Information about our PhD programme in GLAR, as well as research masters opportunities

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The monthly Global Law at Reading Podcast, free to stream or download.

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GLAR Research Group 2015

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About GLAR

  • Numerous specialised modules at LLM level
  • An international reputation for world-leading research
  • A large research-led community in global law
  • Regular research seminars and events
  • National and international research impact
  • Staff available for media engagement and consultancy
  • Doctoral supervision across a wide range of related areas
  • Small group, research-led teaching
  • Significant networking and work experience opportunities

Contact us 

Email:

globallaw@reading.ac.uk

Twitter:

@UniRdg_GLAR

School of Law:

  • Telephone:
    +44 (0) 118 378 6568
  • Fax:
    +44 (0) 118 378 4543

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Upcoming GLAR events

Ghandhi Research Seminar Series

20 January 2016, 1pm, Foxhill House G:04

Dr Amos O. Enabulele (University of Benin / visiting scholar, University of Reading), Universal Jurisdiction, Non-Retroactivity of Criminal Law and the Implications of Hissène Habré v Senegal for ECOWAS States

 

Axis of Protection: Human Rights in International Law Seminar Series

3 February 2016, 4pm, Foxhill House G:04

Professor Hélène Lambert (University of Westminster), Arbitrary Deprivation of Nationality and Refugee Status

All are welcome.
For details please contact Dr Ruvi Ziegler

 

Ghandhi Research Seminar Series

24 February 2016, 1pm, Foxhill House G:04

Professor Mary Footer (The University of Nottingham), Business, Trade and Human Rights in Mega-Regional Arrangements: A Relationship to Discover 

 

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