Wellcome Trust Scholarships for the Law School’s LLM in Health, Law, and Society 4 December 2018 Applicants to the September 2019 intake of the University of Bristol’s groundbreaking LLM in Health, Law, and Society are invited to apply to a scholarship scheme that is generously funded by the Wellcome Trust.
- Dr Clair Gammage speaks to BBC Newsnight about Brexit 6 December 2018 Dr Clair Gammage, Senior Lecturer in Law, provided expertise on EU trade law in an interview with BBC Newsnight on 30 November, commenting on new trade deals post-Brexit.
- Law School students' 'Question Time' with President of the Family Division 5 December 2018 On Friday 23 November, Family Law students at Bristol University welcomed the new President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane for a Question Time with a difference.
- Wellcome Trust Scholarships for the Law School’s LLM in Health, Law, and Society 4 December 2018 Applicants to the September 2019 intake of the University of Bristol’s groundbreaking LLM in Health, Law, and Society are invited to apply to a scholarship scheme that is generously funded by the Wellcome Trust.
- Inside an Impressive Mind: Law School alumni advice on how to excel 4 December 2018 On 12 November a panel of prize-winning Law School alumni who excelled here academically and in their early careers gathered in the WMB Reception Room to deconstruct what tutors and employers consider makes an impressive mind. The evening’s topics ranged from tips on how to approach essay and exam questions, boost critical thinking, building confidence through developing good oral communication skills, preparing for interviews, and the importance of mental and physical wellbeing.
- Welcome to Suzanne Doyle Guilloud, CHLS Senior Research Associate in Healthcare Law 3 December 2018 The Law School and the Centre for Health, Law, and Society are delighted to welcome Suzanne Doyle Guilloud, Senior Research Associate in Healthcare Law on the project 'Balancing Best Interests in Healthcare, Ethics and Law' (BABEL), a recently launched five-year study and collaboration between academics in the Centre for Ethics in Medicine and the Centre for Health, Law and Society.
- Autumn Prize Giving: Celebrating law student achievements 28 November 2018 The University of Bristol Law School honoured its outstanding students of the 2017/18 academic year in the Autumn Prize Giving Ceremony earlier this month.
- Watch again: CHLS Seminar on the Montgomery case and Risk Disclosure in Practice 25 November 2018 On 20 November Dr Sarah Devaney (Senior Lecturer in Healthcare Law at the University of Manchester) gave a Centre for Health, Law, and Society seminar exploring the implications of recent case law for practitioners and patients in the practical process of obtaining informed consent.
- Law Clinic student event report: Osborne Clarke training 21 November 2018 On 13 October and 3 November 2018 the University of Bristol Law Clinic’s annual training took place at the Osborne Clark Office in Bristol. In this event report Student General Secretary Rebecca Slade writes about the sessions, which gave Law Clinic’s members the opportunity to receive training in vital law clinic procedures as well as a chance to immediately put the training advice into practise with the firm’s partners and trainees.
- Professor Eirik Bjorge appointed Inner Temple Academic Fellow 20 November 2018 The Law School’s Professor Eirik Bjorge has been awarded the prestigious three-year role of Academic Fellow of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, as part of the Inner Temple's Academic Fellows Scheme aimed at recognising outstanding academic contributions and bringing together legal practitioners and academics.
- Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future: new monograph by Dr Ardavan Arzandeh 19 November 2018 We are pleased to announce the imminent publication of Dr Ardavan Arzandeh’s monograph, Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future. This is the first monograph-length study devoted entirely to examining the forum (non) conveniens doctrine’s past, present, and future from the perspective of the law in England.