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Professor Rob Heywood and Immunity for Healthcare Professionals

UEA Law School is pleased to announce that Professor Rob Heywood and colleagues from other leading Law Schools in the UK have just published a piece in the BMJ, which is one of the oldest medical journals in circulation. The piece is a Head-to-Head debate with the Medical Defence Union about the granting of immunity for healthcare professionals in respect of adverse incidents arising out of the Covid-19 pandemic:https://www.bmj.com/content/370/bmj.m2487.

LLM Opportunities for UEA students finishing their LLB

Many of you are still weighing up your options for next year, and we want to make you aware of the wonderful LLM programme we run at the UEA Law School. Read below to see how you could be eligible for a 50% scholarship.

WHY DO A LLM?

Although doing another year of study may not be at the forefront of your plans, this could truly distinguish you from other LLB graduates.
Doing a LLM to enhance your CV is a great idea at any time, but particularly so in times of...

Awards Success for UEA Law School

This week, UEA Law was honoured to receive two pieces of wonderful news in recognition of the work of our faculty and students. 

Congratulations to our UEA Law Society Mooting Team

Congratulations to our UEA Law Society Mooting Team, who were winners in Round 1 of The OUP & ICCA National Mooting Competition last week in Southampton.

Huda Musa, this year's Head of Mooting says ""I am incredibly proud of both Muhammad and Asif for all the hard work they have put in which clearly paid off. External mooting competitions can be incredibly challenging but rewarding in terms of the invaluable skills and experience gained. Muhammad and Asif had no...

Restricting The Rebellion - Professor David Mead Evaluates the Met Police's handling of the Extinction Rebellion Protests.

The Law School's David Mead, Professor of UK Human Rights Law, contributed to today's Netpol 57-page report "Restricting the Rebellion", an evaluation of the Met Police's handling of the Extinction Rebellion protests across central London in October, by discussing the Judicial Review brought to challenge the s.14 London-wide condition imposed. The report is here https://netpol.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Restricting-Rebellion-Report-with-Full-Appendices.pdf