At the Portsmouth Law School, we're passionate about the legal system and the crucial role it plays in our society. We're committed to furthering research in a variety of subject areas and to working with organisations in our local community.

On our Law blog, you'll find experts discussing topics such as international law and legal education, and you'll hear about the achievements and work of our School and students.

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At the Portsmouth Law School, we're passionate about the legal system and the crucial role it plays in our society. We're committed to furthering research in a variety of subject areas and to working with organisations in our local community.

On our Law blog, you'll find experts discussing topics such as international law and legal education, and you'll hear about the achievements and work of our School and students.

14 posts found

Call for Papers: Surveillance, Democracy, and the Rule of Law Explore the impact of the proliferation of surveillance on democratic values and norms, and on individuals rights and legal remedies

19 January 2022 6 min read

This is a call for papers for our 6th annual conference, co-organised by the University and the EUI. The conference will explore new avenues to think about the impact of the proliferation of surveillance on democratic values and norms, and on individuals rights and legal remedies.

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The EU Whistleblowing Directive 2019/1937 Stavroula Verda, alumna of the University of Portsmouth, presents and comments on the new EU Whistleblowing Directive 2019/1937

11 January 2021 9 min read

A brief overview of The EU Whistleblowing Directive 2019/1937 one year before transposition, by University of Portsmouth alumna, Stavroula Verda.

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Positive discrimination in employment under the Equality Act 2010 – the first judicial consideration

19 October 2020 Dr James Hand 9 min read

James Hand, of the University of Portsmouth Law School responds to the first judicial consideration of Furlong v The Chief Constable of Cheshire Police.

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