School of Law's Undergraduate Dissertation Conference 2020

The School of Law held its first Undergraduate Dissertation Conference on Monday 10 February.

Third-year students currently undertaking dissertation projects presented their research to fellow students and staff, through oral or poster presentations.

All students did themselves and the Law School proud! It was a challenging task to pick winners out of such a strong field, but we were delighted to award prizes to the following students:

Best Oral Presentation

Winner

Arvin Sadeghzadeh-Araghi – Refugee Law: how has the law developed?

Runner-Up

Kiera Hill – Serving time in your own home: a critical discussion into the current issues surrounding the ownership of Leasehold houses with long-term leases.

Best Poster Presentation

Winner

Stephanie Fulton – The Law in LAWs: Can Lethal Autonomous Weapons comply with International Humanitarian Law?

Runner-Up

Kara Douglas – BAME women entering the legal profession

To see copies of the posters from the conference, please visit our page here.