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Legal Skills To Remain in Region After UEA Announces New Collaboration

The UEA Law School is excited to announce a new collaboration with The University of Law!

From this September, The Legal Practice Course (LPC), which is the main qualifying course required to practice law for solicitors in England and Wales, will be taught by the University of Law at UEA in Norwich. UEA joins 12 other universities who offer the course, including Exeter, Reading, and Liverpool. Teaching will be classroom-based for one year and students will have access to UEA...

Earlham Law Lecture 2019 with Judge Anna Marcoulli

On Thursday 9th May the School will host its annual Earlham Law Lecture. This year, we welcome Judge Anna Marcoulli, General Court Judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union, who will present her lecture on The Role of the Judge in the Digital Age.

A UEA alumnus, Judge Marcoulli graduated from UEA in 1995 and continued to Bristol where she gained a Masters, in 1996. Judge Marcoulli was admitted to the Cyprus Bar in 1997 and served as member of the Legal Service of the...

UEA Law's Dr. Kirsten McConnachie awarded Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship

Dr Kirsten McConnachie has been awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship to conduct a socio-legal analysis of community land ownership in Scotland.  In recent years, Scotland has embarked on land reform based on a community "right to buy" intended to reform the country's feudal property system, democratise land ownership and regenerate rural communities. This project will examine the extent to which those ambitions have been realised. By analysing the...

UEA Faculty Awarded Grant from the Centre on Regulation in Europe

Dr Sally Broughton Micova and Dr Sabine Jacques have been awarded a grant of EUR 45,000 to study the levelness of the playing field in audiovisual digital advertising by the Centre on Regulation in Europe. This research aims to clarify the nature of the relationships of competition for advertising and sponsorship revenues around audiovisual content. The researchers provide evidence on the extent and nature of the playing field of audiovisual advertising in which both audiovisual media...

Legal justice charity founder joins UEA law school

Louise will be working with law students to investigate cases of long-term prisoners who claim to be the victims of miscarriages of justice.

Prof Andreas Stephan, Head of the Law School said: “We are delighted that Louise is joining us and I have no doubt that she will bring with her a wealth of knowledge and experience, which students will be able to tap into.

“We find that students really enjoy being able to work with real life cases and experience the legal system...