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Law at Reading » News Mon, 08 Feb 2016 10:43:31 +0000
University of Reading hosts a delegation of journalists from Russia
On 12 January 2016 the University of Reading hosted four Russian journalists as part of the Press Tour organised by the British Council Russia, an initiative aimed at promoting awareness and developing a greater understanding of UK education amongst Russian students and their parents. The journalists represented the leading travel, business and general interest portfolio […]
Dr Ruvi Ziegler: Between ‘Voluntary’ Departure to an Undisclosed Third State and Indefinite Detention
This item was published on the University of Oxford Border Criminologies Blog on 9 December 2015. University of Oxford Border Criminologies Blog
Dr Ruvi Ziegler on the ‘Brexit’ independence referendum franchise
Here is a Podcast from a work in progress seminar at Reading, 2 December 2015, where Dr Ruvi Ziegler discusses the ‘Brexit’ independence referendum franchise. Ruvi Ziegler Podcast on the ‘Brexit’ independence referendum franchise
Dr Ruvi Ziegler Podcast from the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia)
This is a Podcast from the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia) conference panel on ‘international comparisons’, held on 20 November 2015. Dr Ruvi Ziegler discusses (from minute 25 to minute 50) the ‘absent-present 1951 convention’.
Outstanding Legal Scholarship award for Reading lecturer
Dr Katja Samuel of the School of Law, and member of the Global Law at Reading (GLAR) research grouping, was awarded the Peter Birks Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship by the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) at their annual conference dinner on the 2nd September, for her monograph, The OIC, the UN, and Counter-Terrorism Law-Making: Conflicting or […]
Top Reading student rewarded by Theale legal firm
A top law student at the University of Reading has been rewarded for her efforts with a prize from a Theale legal firm. Divorce solicitor, Tony Roe, personally presented his company’s prize to a student at the University of Reading in July. Felicia Oduntan, who has graduated with a first class honours degree in law, […]
Dr. Ruvi Ziegler marks World Refugee Day
Dr. Ruvi Ziegler published a post marking World Refugee Day on the European Society of international Law Migration and Refugee Law Interest Group Blog, available here: High Time for a Fair Israeli Asylum Regime
Ruvi Ziegler NPR radio interview
In his radio interview entitled From Israel To ISIS: How A Search For A Safe Haven Took A Wrong Turn, Ruvi Ziegler seeks to put the spotlight on a case where Israel’s treatment of Eritrean asylum seekers has indirectly lead to tragic consequences.
Reading Hosts University of Hertfordshire and Blackstone’s National Criminal Advocacy Competition 2015 Round 2
From right to left: University of Leicester team (Robert Quartly and Sefki Bayram), Judge Johannah Cutts QC and University of Reading team (Mark Jenkins and David Tan) On Wednesday 29th April 2015 the School of Law hosted the second round of the UH/Blackstone’s National Criminal Advocacy Competition against the University of Leicester. Finalist Mark […]
Advising the Vice-Chancellor: Research & Writing Skills Competition Winner 2015
First year student Daniel Bull this year’s winner of the Research & Writing Skills (RWS) oral competition. Students on the RWS module are presented with a problem scenario revolving around the construction of a new hall of residence on campus and are asked to advise the client (the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Sir David Bell) on Contract […]
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