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  • Removing barriers to entry and progression within the legal profession

    Report on The City Law School’s conference, “Opening Doors and Removing Glass Ceilings – Widening Participation in the Legal Professions”, held on 10th July 2015. By John Stevenson On 10th July, The City Law School’s Centre for the Study of...

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  • Petya Ilieva

    Title of PhD: Judicialisation of international commercial arbitration Supervisor: Jason Chuah Which country do you originate from? Bulgaria. However I...

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  • CJEU Clarifies When Human Embryonic Stem Cells Can Be Patented

    On 18 December 2014, in International Stem Cell Corporation v. Comptroller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks (C-364/13), the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) delivered an important decision regarding the scope of the exclusion from patentability on morality-related grounds under Article 6(2) of the EU Biotech Directive. Dr Enrico Bonadio discusses the case’s implication in a Continue Reading

  • Local regeneration, democracy and citizen involvement

    Dr John Stanton, a Lecturer in the City Law School, has written a new book titled ‘Democratic Sustainability in a New Era of Localism’, which looks at the impact of local democracy on local regeneration. Regeneration (or urban regeneration) describes a process by which economic, social and environmental improvements are made in an area where people reside and also involves Continue Reading

  • A Transatlantic Community of Law

    Senior Lecturer in EU Law at The City Law School, Dr Elaine Fahey, has co-edited a new book (with Deirdre Curtin) bringing together legal perspectives on the relationship between EU and US legal orders.

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