EXPERT COMMENT: ‘Wheelchair vs buggy’: a step in the right direction for people with disabilities?
Angela MacFarlane, Senior Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University, writes about the different angles that need to be considered following disabled man's court case win against a bus company.
Top award for Northumbria law lecturer
Northumbria law lecturer Elaine Campbell has achieved a highly prestigious National Teaching Fellowship in the Higher Education Academy’s teaching awards.
EXPERT COMMENT: How legal aid cuts are putting extra strain on family courts
Kayliegh Richardson, Senior Lecturer in Family Law and Child Care Law at Northumbria, writes about legal aid cuts for The Conversation.
Law expert to discuss impact of the self-declared Islamic State at world-leading conference
An expert in Islamic Law from Northumbria University will discuss the so-called Islamic State (ISIS/IS/Daesh) and the humanitarian issues arising from the conflicts in Syria and Iraq at an international conference this week.
Unfit laws on trial at Northumbria
Northumbria Law School’s Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies has hosted a multi-disciplinary professional seminar discussing the Law Commission’s proposal to overhaul the law and practice regarding Unfitness to Plead in the criminal courts.
EXPERT COMMENT: Northumbria Law School’s Professor Tim Wilson considers the constitutional position following Brexit
Tim Wilson, Professor of Criminal Justice Policy in Northumbria Law School, writes about Brexit and its consequences.
New book looks at how courts make child protection decisions
A leading Northumbria University academic has just published a new book looking at how complex child protection decisions are made within the family justice system.
Law School shortlisted for Legal Education Provider of the Year
Northumbria Law School has been shortlisted in a high profile national education award for “affording a truly pioneering and brilliant legal service to students”.
Northumbria Law School blog shortlisted for prestigious teaching award
A blog created by academics at Northumbria Law School has been nominated for a prestigious teaching award.
Northumbria academic gives Lecture at world famous Old Bailey
Doctor Michael Stockdale from Northumbria University’s Law School has given a lecture to the Criminal Bar Association at the Old Bailey on recent changes in expert evidence law.
Northumbria Law School brings spirit of collaboration to Newcastle
Northumbria University, Newcastle, is proud to be hosting the 51st Annual Conference of the Association of Law Teachers (ALT).
Northumbria Graduate in top global law firm
A lawyer from Saudi Arabia working on some of the world’s largest corporate deals has thanked Northumbria University’s Law School for his international career success.
UK youth justice – out of step and unacceptable!
An expert law conference at Northumbria University, Newcastle, has today said the Government must follow the example of other countries and stop criminalising children as young as ten.
Northumbria law society goes from strength to strength
Northumbria University law student and President of the Grey (Law) Society, has been nominated for Best Law Society President in the Lawcareers.net awards which are created especially for future lawyers.
Criminal law academic calls for CCRC reform
A Criminal law expert from Northumbria University, Newcastle, has told the Government that the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) is too complacent and needs urgent reform.