News and Events

Recent news and information about upcoming events, including:

GLAR Public Lecture 2020

Ghandhi Research Seminar Series 2019-20


GLAR Staff

Profiles of our world-leading staff in GLAR


Postgraduate taught study

Find out more about our various LLM programmes in global law


Projects and Recent Publications

Current global law projects at Reading and our recent publications


Postgraduate research

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


The GLAR podcast

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

GLAR Research Group Summer 2017

GLAR Research Group Summer 2017

(L-R) Beatrice Krebs, Ruvi Ziegler, James Green, Susan Breau, Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne, Chris Hilson,
Marie Aronsson-Storrier, Stephen Samuel

GLAR Research Group Summer 2015

GLAR Research Group 2015

(L-R) Alison Bisset, James Green, Anne Thies, Susan Breau, Ruvi Ziegler, Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne, Nora Honkala

About GLAR

  • Numerous specialised modules at LLM level
  • An international reputation for world-leading research
  • 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

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Upcoming GLAR events


 Ghandhi Research Seminar Series 2019-20

11 December 2019 Dr Devika HovellLondon School of Economics

On Trust: The UN Security Council as Fiduciary

Chair: Professor Rosa Freedman

Foxhill House, Room G:04



Ghandhi Research Seminar Series 2019-20

22 January 2020 Dr Ben WarwickUniversity of Birmingham

Sustainability and Human Rights: Conceptual Departures in Context

Chair: Dr Marie Aronsson-Storrier

Foxhill House, room G:04



GLAR Public Lecture

29 January 2020 Professor Michael SchmittUniversity of Exeter

Inside the Enemy Camp: Offensive Cyber Operations and International Law


Chair: Professor Robert Van de Noort (Vice-Chancellor, University of Reading)

John Nike Lecture Theatre (Agriculture building)








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