Centre for International Law
The Centre for International Law provides an interdisciplinary platform for collaboration, engagement with external institutions, and the dissemination of internationally-recognised research tackling some of the most pressing international challenges of our time.
The Centre for International Law brings together one of the largest and most diverse communities of international lawyers in the UK.
The Centre for International Law connects with leading legal researchers and teachers across a broad range of legal disciplines.
The Centre for International Law offers world-leading teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in all areas of law and policy that fall within the Centre's remit.
The Centre for International Law connects with high-profile alumni.
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- Now Live: New Law School Research Review 'Shaping a Better World' 18 October 2021
- Professor Sir Malcolm Evans to give prestigious Annual Grotius Lecture 2021 24 September 2021
- Centre for International Law launch announcement 13 July 2021
- 22 July 2021, 10 am
This webinar marks the publication of a new Statelessness Index briefing on deprivation of nationality and the prevention of statelessness - co-authored by Dr Rachel Pougnet and the European Network on Statelessness, as part of their Economic and Social Research Council UK funded Knowledge Exchange Partnership addressing the tension between deprivation of nationality and Statelessness.