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New Forced Migration Unit and Call for Papers

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We are pleased to announce the (re-)establishment of the Forced Migration ?Unit within HRLC.
Date:
24 July 2017

Michelin Starred chef one of eight industry leaders to be honoured with law degree

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Talented University of Nottingham students receiving their degree certificates at this year's summer graduation ceremony will be rubbing shoulders with a Michelin Starred chef.
Date:
11 July 2017

Dr Aris Georgopoulos is invited speaker at the International Competition and Public Procurement Conference, Rome

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Dr Georgopoulos was invited speaker at the International Competition and Public Procurement Conference, organised by LEAR and the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Date:
10 July 2017

Dr Georgopoulos gives interview about the Hung Parliament and Brexit

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Dr Georgopoulos gave an interview to Armedia where he discussed the the possible implications of the Hung Parliament on Brexit negotiations.
Date:
05 July 2017

Law ranked in the top 50 worldwide in the ShanghaiRanking 2017

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The School of Law has ranked in the top 50 worldwide and 6th in the UK in the ShanghaiRanking 2017.
Date:
30 June 2017

Call for papers: Effectiveness, impact and monitoring of non-UN sanctions

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Papers discussing any dimension of the topic of effectiveness, impact and monitoring of non-UN Sanctions, taking a theoretical, doctrinal or empirical approach, will be given serious consideration.
Date:
22 June 2017

HRLC Summer Internships 2017

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The Human Rights Law Centre is pleased to announce its summer internship positions.
Date:
22 May 2017

Law societies sweep the board at annual student awards

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Nominated in 9 out of 10 categories, Nottingham's various law societies swept the board at this year's Students' Union's society awards, securing a host of accolades including the coveted Best Society Award.
Date:
18 May 2017

Professor Nolan visits the World Bank - human rights and cuts to social programmes in times of fiscal constraint

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On 23 May, Professor Aoife Nolan, will present a report entitled 'Fiscal Constraints and Human Rights: Is there a "right" way to scale down social programs?' at the World Bank, Washington DC.
Date:
18 May 2017

Prague-Nottingham Symposium on Non-UN Sanctions and International Law

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Professor Mary Footer and Professor Nigel White chaired sessions of an international symposium considering the legality and legitimacy of sanctions imposed outside of the UN system.
Date:
10 May 2017
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