Making a difference

Keele Law School has engaged with specific audiences at international, national and local levels. These included:

  • The Public Bills Committee;
  • The UK Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights;
  • The Joint Committee for the Modern Slavery Bill parliamentary Committee;
  • The Israeli Parliament (Knesset) Constitution, Law and Justice Committee;
  • The Israeli Parliament (Knesset) Committee on the Status of Women and Gender Equality, Subcommittee on Trafficking in Women and prostitution
  • The Sentencing Advisory Panel;
  • ECHR, UK, USA, Hong Kong, Argentinean, Australian and Israeli courts
  • The Law Commission
  • The Law Society
  • The Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • The Bar Standards Board
  • The Quality Assurance Agency
  • The Nuffield Foundation
  • The European Network of Research Integrity Offices
  • The General Medical Council
  • The European Society on Transplantation- Ethical Legal Psychological Aspect of Transplantation
  • Committee on Publication Ethics
  • World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH)
  • The International Organisation for Migration
  • Glion Human Rights Dialogue
  • Amnesty International
  • Brighter Futures
  • Voices of Experience
  • Savana
  • The POPPY Project
  • Anti-Slavery International
  • The Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group

Below we feature some of the impact research which the law school has produced:

International reach for Professor Alex Sharpe’s research on transgender law reform.

Professor Martin Wasik played a key role in creating sentencing guidelines in England.