Whetting the legal appetite and widening participation.
‘Popularism, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, and the ECHR'
Scholarship opportunity for Senior Status Offer holders
Language policy and Brexit
Highlighting student attainment in the Law School
Lawyers Without Borders Student Division inaugural event.
Leading law firm provides an interactive Commercial Awareness Workshop.
Great opportunity for skills development.
Experiences of Women in Law.
Undergraduate scholarship opportunity.
Engaging on Values and Building Ownership
Human rights issues of refugees and asylum seekers through film
The Problems with Human Rights
The Irish Association of Law Teachers awards the Kevin Boyle Book Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship every two years.
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Helping students to reach their full potential.
The Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought has been awarded by the European Parliament annually since 1988.
Explore technology, law and innovation.
Learning to collaborate, collaborate to learn.
Learning about Law Reform
Exploring the practice of human rights.
Prof Fionnuala Ní Aoláin (QUB) is co-director of the Hub’s Transformation and Empowerment stream.
Enhancing the student experience
Finding out about life as a trainee solicitor.
Importing Asset Recovery “Duty Free” in Transitional Justice Process
Supporting student skills development
Professor Michael Bohlander shares his experiences.
Providing students with potential career paathways
Embedding Athena Swan in the working life of the school.
Delivering Excellence in the Law School
Principled Compromises: When does a Process of Transitional Justice Qualify as Just?
Eversheds Sutherland, a top global law practice with offices in Belfast, have launched a student prize in partnership with the School of Law in Queen’s University Belfast.
A successful Employer Roundtable event, hosted by the School of Law within Queen’s University, has strengthened university-industry links
Ethical and Regulatory Challenges of Patient-led Innovation
QUB Woman in Law is a Lean In Circle
The symposium addressed the impact of growing nationalism on the global normative order.
Biotechnology, Patents and Licensing for ‘Ethical’ Use – A Regulatory Opportunity?
On Friday 6 March, the School of Law hosted the Wellcome Trust Research Workshop.
Human Rights Scholar Success
Topics include emergency powers; health and the dead; and gender.
The School of Law has a long-standing record of recognising and rewarding outstanding students through its award of various prizes and scholarships.
We were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore. We extend heartfelt sympathies to Lady Kerr and their wider family at this most difficult time.
Professors Michelle and Mark Drumbl from Washington & Lee University visit the School of Law
Applications are sought for a Student Mooting Officer