Professor Urfan Khaliq, Module Convenor for International protection of human rights, comments on Immigration and International Human Rights Law. Immigration is currently one of the
Professor William Wilson, Module Convenor for Criminal law, comments on the recent retrial in the Jogee case. Students on the Undergraduate Laws Programme have heard
We have ten first class awards this year. In terms of countries, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Pakistan are all joint equal; each with three firsts.
My last post identified things in the Laws programme at University of London which have worked well for me over the year. However, during the year, there
Professor William Wilson has been considering the impact of the recent Supreme Court Judgement in the case of R v Jogee; Ruddock v The Queen
I, Anthony, have been making posts to this blog throughout the year which I hope have been helpful to other students. The May 2016 examinations are