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  • Designing Smart Cities

    A special edition of the Society for Computers and Law journal, featuring articles based on the Designing Smart Cities conference held at Strathclyde on March 31 to April 1 2015 is now out in hard copy as well as online.

  • Senior Professor chairs working group on hospital reviews

    Professor Alan Paterson, Director of the Centre for Professional Studies in the Law School, was the Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Faculties in Scotland’s Short Life Working Group on Hospital Reports.

  • Human Rights Project – Violence Against Women Initiative

    The first initiative of Strathclyde Law School’s newly established Human Rights Project was to form part of research coordinated by the CARR centre at Harvard University involving universities from six countries.


  • Mon

    Conference on the Civil Court Reforms in Scotland

    Eminent speakers from Scotland will talk about the reforms in detail and advise on what to expect in our litigation procedures in the future. The conference is being held in the University of Strathclyde's Technology & Innovation Centre in Glasgow.

  • Sun
    The Law Fair

    On 6 September 2015 the annual Law Fair will take place in the Barony Hall on campus. Leading Scottish, UK and international law firms will be on hand to discuss career prospects with our students.

  • Thu
    Strathclyde Postgraduate Law Conference 2015

    The conference, held at the Law School, will consider 'Contemporary Challenges in Legal Theory, Legal Practice and Legal Methods.'

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It’s a student run body and we welcome submissions from all UK students on any legal topic (subject to the approval of the editorial board).

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Criminal Justice & Penal Change

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