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Transforming | Law

Research is an integral part of Leeds Law School’s activities. We have expertise in a wide variety of legal areas but currently cluster much of our research around two research groups considering issues around legal education as well as international law, human rights, and the counter-terror law, all broadly conceived.

Our research groups

 
Arrow Down Icon Applied Legal Education

The Applied Legal Education Research Group encourages and promotes scholarship, knowledge transfer and research on all aspects of legal education. The group brings together researchers with a variety of backgrounds who share an interest in pedagogy, the academic discipline of law, learning and teaching on vocational and professional courses, the education and training of lawyers and other legal education issues. The research carried out within and through the group is grounded in appropriate theories but seeks to make a difference to students, law teachers and others working with(in) Law Schools or otherwise involved in legal education.

The group is led by Dr Jessica Guth. Please get in touch if you want to discuss any of our existing work or have ideas for future projects.

Arrow Down Icon Conflict, Security & International Human Rights

The Conflict, Security & International Human Rights Research Group captures the connected research areas of law and terrorism and human rights law. As far the threat of and the actual manifestations of terrorism, the focus is on exploring the role that law has within a wider counter-terrorism framework. Similarly, in an increasingly complex and globalised world, the focus is on the fundamental role that law has in the protection of individual rights.

The Group is led by Professor Simon Gardiner. Please get in touch if you want to discuss any of our existing work or have ideas for future projects.

Research degrees

Leeds Law School is able to supervise research degrees in the following areas:

  • Legal Education including pedagogy
  • European Union Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Criminal Law and Justice
  • Human Rights
  • Equality Law
  • Law and Terrorism/Security
  • Medical Law including Mental Health
  • Tort Law
  • Sports Law and Regulation

Please get in touch outlining your research proposal for an initial informal discussion as to whether we have the right expertise to take on your project and support you on your research journey.

Throughout your research you will supported by a supervisory team of at least two experienced academics as well as The Graduate School at Leeds Beckett which offers a significant amount of training for all stages of your work.

For an informal discussion and details on how to apply please contact us: S.Gardiner@leedsbeckett.ac.uk or call us on 0113 81 26414

Transforming law: "We must ensure that our legal education keeps pace with social, economic, technological and political evolution." - Deveral Capps - Leeds Law School

Contact Us

Research

For further enquiries about the research we carry out at Leeds Law School or to find out how you can contribute and get involved, please contact Professor Simon Gardiner by emailing S.Gardiner@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.

Other Enquiries

For any other enquiry please contact the Leeds Law School administration team on 0113 8129028 or email law@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.
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