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Law at Reading » News Thu, 11 Sep 2014 08:13:25 +0000
Independence Referendums: Who Should Vote and Who Should be Offered Citizenship?
Just over a week before the Scottish independence referendum, Ruvi Ziegler has published a paper (co-edited with Jo Shaw and Rainer Bauböck) entitled: Independence Referendums: Who Should Vote and Who Should be Offered Citizenship? (EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2014/90). The publication can be freely downloaded at: http://eudo-citizenship.eu/images/docs/RSCAS_2014_90.pdf. In this EUDO CITIZENSHIP Forum Debate, several authors […]
Ruvi Ziegler writes on the latest prisoner voting judgment of the European Court of Human Rights
Ruvi Ziegler writes on the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog about the latest prisoner voting judgment of the European Court of Human Rights, reflecting on the rule of law implications of the UK’s continuous breach of its convention obligations. Link: http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/uk-vs-ecthr-the-prisoner-voting-saga-continues/
Global Law at Reading (GLAR)
The law school has just launched Global Law at Reading (GLAR), a major new teaching and research hub for law staff and students working in public international law, EU law and human rights. The GLAR website has recently been developed and is now live: www.reading.ac.uk/globallaw This provides up-to-date information on GLAR, including news and events, […]
Nora Honkala writes on the criminalisation of forced marriage and asylum seeker women fleeing forced marriages
Nora Honkala writes on the criminalisation of forced marriage and asylum seeker women fleeing forced marriages at http://inherentlyhuman.wordpress.com/2014/07/14/as-forced-marriage-gets-criminalised-in-the-uk-what-then-of-asylum-seeker-women-fleeing-forced-marriages/ “
Congratulations to our 2014 summer graduates
Friday 11th July saw graduation for our final year undergraduate students, with many family members and friends in attendance to join in the celebrations. There were two ceremonies at the historic London Road campus and Great Hall, followed by a year photo back at Foxhill and a reception in the Palmer Building. Sir Keir Starmer […]
Prize for the best performance in Intellectual Property Law
This year, Cleveland will sponsor the prize for the best performance in Intellectual Property Law. Cleveland is a firm of intellectual property experts, with offices at London and Reading.
Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne and Mads Andenas, the UN Special Rapporteur on Arbitrary Detention
Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne and Mads Andenas, the UN Special Rapporteur on Arbitrary Detention, co-author submission to the UN Human Rights Committee. The submission, together with others, can be found at http://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/CCPR/Pages/DGCArticle9.aspx
Professor Sandy Ghandhi was cited in a Judgment of the New Zealand Supreme Court
Professor Sandy Ghandhi was cited in a Judgment of the New Zealand Supreme Court, Y(SC 40/2013) v. The Queen  NZSC 24, Judgment dated 3 April 2014
Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne writes with Dapo Akande from Oxford
Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne writes with Dapo Akande from Oxford on the very recent High Court judgment regarding the legality of detentions by the UK in Afghanistan. http://www.ejiltalk.org/does-ihl-provide-a-legal-basis-for-detention-in-non-international-armed-conflicts/
The CCLFR, Univeristy of Reading, Tsinghua Univeristy and Renmin University Collaborate on the first Sino-UK Conference on Corporate Law in Beijing.
The First Annual Sino – UK Conference on Corporate Law in Beijing on 19 April was a great success. The conference addressed issues in corporate law and in particular topics on the structure of an M&A deal, the issues in relation to the takeover rules, as well as issues in relation to the competition assessment […]
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