The school has five main research centres and institutes as well as a number of research areas that our academics focus on.
The Criminal Justice Research Centre (CJRC) aims to further develop the school's reputation for producing world-leading research and scholarship in the field of criminal justice.
It brings together research active scholars and stakeholders in areas such as criminal law, criminal process, criminal evidence and sentencing, reflecting a range of theoretical and methodological approaches.
Nottingham International Law and Security Centre (NILSC) was created to enhance the existing research capability in public international law with a focus on international law and security.
Its focus is on both human security and state security, with the area of research covered by NILSC encompassing issues of human, political, military, socio-economic, resources and energy security.
The Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG) is a major global research centre which supports research and teaching on public procurement as well as promoting understanding of this subject by organising conferences and workshops.
The centre provides training for lawyers and government officials from all over the world.
The Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) is committed to the promotion and protection of human rights and the establishment and strengthening of the rule of law worldwide.
It works with students, professionals, governments, civil society, and international organisations.
The Treaty Centre conducts research in to the law of treaties and the practice of treaty-making.
The centre has also undertaken consultancy and practical work concerning the drafting, adoption, interpretation and implementation of treaties in various fields.
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