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Athena SWAN Awards CeremonyPosted on 20 December 2017 The School of Law and School of Pharmacy both successfully gained bronze awards in the 2017 round of assessment under the Equality Challenge Unit Athena SWAN Charter.
Michael Fay and Yvonne Skipper awarded £5000 grantPosted on 14 December 2017 Michael Fay with Yvonne Skipper , have been awarded by the Society of Research in Higher Education, a grant of £5000 for their project “Why not me?”
Keele schools receive bronze Athena SWAN awardPosted on 06 October 2017 Keele University’s School of Law and School of Pharmacy have been successful in achieving an Athena SWAN Bronze award.
Professor Alex Sharpe publishes in The ConversationPosted on 29 September 2017 Professor Alex Sharpe publishes in The Conversation.
Last ESRC-funded seminar on liability v innovation hosted at KeelePosted on 27 September 2017 On the 14th September, Professors Tsachi Keren-Paz (Law) and Alicia El Haj (ISTM) and Dr Michael Fay osted the 6th and final seminar in the ESRC funded series ‘Liability versus innovation: unpacking key connections.
The School of Law celebrates 30 years of Keele’s MA in Medical Ethics and LawPosted on 27 September 2017 On Friday 22nd September, the School of Law held a special conference to celebrate 30 years of Keele’s MA in Medical Ethics and Law.
Zach Richards is awarded the New Voices in Administrative Justice PrizePosted on 04 September 2017 Zach Richards is awarded the New Voices in Administrative Justice Prize
Professor Alex Sharpe challenges Left opposition to proposed law reformPosted on 01 August 2017 Professor Alex Sharpe challenges Left opposition to proposed law reform for trans and non-binary people
Sir Peter Coulson, Keele alumnus appointed to Court of AppealPosted on 28 July 2017 Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of one Lady Justice and six Lord Justices of Appeal, including Keele alumnus Sir Peter Coulson.
Midlands Innovation expands with two new university partnersPosted on 17 July 2017 Midlands Innovation, one of the region’s most influential academic collaborations, is expanding its portfolio with the addition of two new members, Keele University and Cranfield University.
Prof Alex Sharpe opposes prosecution in Gayle Newland casePosted on 29 June 2017 Prof Alex Sharpe opposes prosecution in Gayle Newland case and publishes in "The Conversation"
Dr Maria Tzanou receives funding from SLSPosted on 16 May 2017 Dr Maria Tzanou receives funding from the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS)
Dr Maria Tzanou releases new bookPosted on 15 May 2017 Dr Maria Tzanou releases new book on modern studies in European Law
Thinking & practising like a lawyer project has grant successPosted on 30 March 2017 The Thinking and Practising Like a Lawyer team have secured a Teaching Innovation grant
Exhibition Award from the Honourable Society of the Inner TemplePosted on 28 March 2017 Beth Drew award from the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Jenny Murray states - Trans woman are not 'real women'.Professor Alex Sharpe respondsPosted on 10 March 2017 Professor Alex Sharpe has published an article in response to Jenny Murray's statement that trans woman are not 'real women.'
Stella Coyle successfully completes her PhDPosted on 02 March 2017 Dr Stella Coyle's research examines contemporary conflicts between religion and sexual orientation in equality law
The UK Regional Client Interviewing Competition to be held at Keele Law SchoolPosted on 23 February 2017 The UK Midlands Regional Client Interviewing Competition to be held at Keele Law School and judged by 6 professionals.
Sue Westwood shortlisted for SLSA Hart PrizePosted on 14 February 2017 Dr Sue Westwood's book "Aging, gender and sexuality: equality in later life", Routledge 2016, was shortlisted for the SLSA/Hart Prize for Early Career Academics.
Michael Fay is nominated as a finalist in the OUP Law Teacher of the Year AwardsPosted on 02 February 2017 2017 Law Teacher of the Year Award: the finalists
Six exceptional law teachers are moving into the second stage of the 2017 Law Teacher of the Year Award, sponsored by Oxford University Press.