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A Longer Road to Freedom: Addressing 21st Century Apartheids – Anna Grear

Posted on 13 December 2013 by Christopher Burns

This blog post originally appears on Critical Legal Thinking. Apartheid may of­fi­cially have ended in South African law and politics, but the world faces rap­idly con­sol­id­ating new forms of ‘apartheid’ […]

Nelson Mandela: Lessons for Lawyers – Professor Urfan Khaliq

Posted on 9 December 2013 by Christopher Burns

Nelson Mandela’s life is an inspiration for all lawyers and leaves a legacy for the development of the law.  As is well-known Mandela studied law at University and practiced as […]

The Interim Iranian Nuclear Accord: Diplomacy, Politics and International Law – Professor Urfan Khaliq

Posted on 2 December 2013 by Christopher Burns

The much reported interim deal that has been struck between the P5 +1 or the EU 3 + 3 (whichever way you cut it: United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, Russia […]

Climate justice involves more than a fair distribution of benefits and burdens: It requires radical, structural change – Anna Grear

Posted on 28 November 2013 by Christopher Burns

This blog post originally appears on the LSE Dahrendorf Blog site.  Anna Grear writes on the concept of ‘climate justice’. Broadly speaking, climate justice incorporates a view of the effects […]

The Law on Fracking: Mistaking coverage for adequacy – Elen Stokes

Posted on 25 November 2013 by Christopher Burns

This blog entry has been written to promote a public debate on fracking and shale gas, organised by the Rational Parliament, on 26 November in London. The Rational Parliament is […]

Diary of UK Innocence Project 6: Not expecting the unexpected – Julie Price

Posted on 15 November 2013 by Christopher Burns

This blog first appeared on thejusticegap.com We have just received news that has come as a shock, but for the right reasons. After eight years of the hard slog of […]

Cardiff Law School’s Summer Work Placement Scheme with Clintons

Posted on 23 July 2013 by Christopher Burns

At Cardiff Law School, we encourage our students to undertake relevant work experience and to learn new skills that they can apply to a graduate career of their choice. We […]

The Leveson report – (ab)use of process? – Tim Press

Posted on 30 November 2012 by Alison Tobin

The wait is over, we now know Lord Leveson has steered close to, but avoided a compulsory scheme of press regulation.  The incentives to join the voluntary scheme proposed are […]

Europe’s Nobel Prize. Deserved or Not?

Posted on 21 November 2012 by Alison Tobin

Centre for European Law and Governance - Round Table Speakers: Prof. Alistair Cole: 'The European Union and the Reconciliation of Europe' Prof. Jiri Priban: 'Europe’s Perpetual Peace – Sweet Dreams […]