Care after miscarriage needs 'standardised approach', report reveals 10 October 2017 The standard of care for mothers experiencing the end of a pregnancy varies widely, with more to be done to replicate good practice found in some NHS Trusts and hospitals, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of Bristol Law School and Birmingham
- Care after miscarriage needs 'standardised approach', report reveals 10 October 2017 The standard of care for mothers experiencing the end of a pregnancy varies widely, with more to be done to replicate good practice found in some NHS Trusts and hospitals, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of Bristol Law School and Birmingham
- Human Rights Implementation Centre plays role in development of new tools to prevent torture 9 October 2017 On 5 October 2017 the Convention against Torture Initiative (CTI) launched the first in a series of tools designed to assist States to implement their obligations under the UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNCAT).
- Law Students in quarter-finals of International Negotiation Competition 28 September 2017 Two final year Law School students, Matthew Barbato and Alexander Titmus, advanced to the quarter-finals of the 2017 HSF - NLU International Negotiation Competition, held in Delhi’s National Law University.
- Interview: Life as a law student 26 September 2017 In this interview, Chloe Deng recalls what her first year as a law student was like. From making the jump from school to university, finding out which method of study worked best for her and learning not to 'chicken out' of challenging moments - to the support she gained from tutors and fellow students. In particular, she provides some great advice for this year's freshers.
- Professor of Law responds to end of life ruling news 21 September 2017 A landmark ruling means court decisions will no longer be needed in right-to-die cases. Professor John Coggon provided a summary of the law and the judge's reasoning.
- Oration for Lady Hale upon award of an Honorary Fellowship at the University of Bristol 21 September 2017 In July 2017, the University of Bristol awarded an Honorary Fellowship to its former Chancellor the Right Honourable the Baroness Hale of Richmond, DBE. Professor Joanne Conaghan, Head of the University of Bristol Law School, had the honour of writing the Oration for Lady Hale.
- Student News: Human Rights Law Clinic applications now open 20 September 2017 Applications are now open to join the Human Rights Law Clinic, which gives students with the opportunity to provide pro-bono legal research assistance to organisations working on human rights legal issues.
- ‘Refusing to Kill: Bristol's World War 1 Conscientious Objectors’ exhibition opens in Bristol Cathedral 20 September 2017 Professor Lois Bibbings is one of the curators of 'Refusing to Kill', an exhibition that tells the stories of those who refused to fight in the First World War, as well as those who supported them, running from September 2017 to January 2018.
- Law School academic to lead investigation into the legal gaps exposed by the Grenfell fire 13 September 2017 A team of academics from the universities of Bristol and Kent, to be led by Professor David Cowan, will be conducting a research project for Shelter with the aim of identifying and filling the legal gaps exposed by the Grenfell fire.
- Sir Malcolm Evans heads up UN torture prevention body's first visit to Mongolia 13 September 2017 GENEVA (7 September 2017) – The United Nations Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture (SPT) is due to make its first visit to Mongolia from 11 to 20 September to assess the treatment of persons deprived of their liberty, as well as the safeguards for their protection against torture and ill-treatment.