A new art installation at Queen's University Belfast School of Law celebrates women working in all aspects of the law in Northern Ireland, including the future generation of legal professionals.
Professor Daithí Mac Síthigh, a law professor at Queen's University Belfast, is among 14 professionals selected to participate in a six-week international leadership programme beginning tomorrow. The 2019 Island of Ireland Programme, organised by Eisenhower Fellowships, will see seven
Students from Queen's University Belfast were welcomed to the UK Supreme Court this week for the court's fourth moot of the year.
Students from Ulster University's Magee campus have triumphed in the regional heat of the Client Consultation Competition 2019. The Magee team triumphed over the teams from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) and Queen's University Belfast in the competition, organised by the Law Soci
Students from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) at Queen's University Belfast will practice their advocacy skills in front of a justice at the UK Supreme Court this year. Students will undertake a moot before Lord Kerr on 5 March in a bout designed to give them the chance to pr
Professor Colin Harvey, professor of human rights law at QUB School of Law, reflects on the impact of Brexit on the discussion of Irish unity as the UK's exit from the European Union looms. The discussion of Irish unity is gaining momentum; Brexit has altered the nature of this conversation, as more