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Dedicated to protecting and promoting human rights.
Researching, promoting and teaching new ways to approach justice.
A dedicated space for researching commercial law and regulatory theory.
Researching socio-legal impacts in health, social and ethical fields.
Our feminist legal studies group focuses on how laws and policies affect women.
Challenging ideas around legal stability in a modern legal framework.
Fostering innovative legal and conceptual approaches to shape law, practice and policy development in relation to criminal law and justice challenges locally, nationally, and globally.