Royal Holloway's School of Law recently held a symposium on womens' rights in advance of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Dr Rita D'Alton-Harrison, Senior Lecturer in the School of Law will be publishing research on surrogacy in the Child and Family Court quarterly in March 2019.
Using drama to understand street-level practice in Ethics, Theatre, and Judgement.
Dr Michelle Webster, lecturer in sociology in the Royal Holloway School of Law, has published research which discusses parent's experiences of childhood epilepsy.
Dr Mastoureh Fathi from the Royal Holloway School of Law will be speaking at the ESRC Festival of Social Science.
Professor Jill Marshall will be speaking alongside other Royal Holloway researchers on our Egham campus on 14 November 2018 to discuss the future of human space exploration.
Professors Jill Marshall and Anna Gupta are convening a research seminar discussing the pathways of young migrants in the criminal justice system.
Professor Marshall discusses 'Gay Cake' case
Dr Alex Dymock and Dr Leah Moyle from the School of Law have been awarded a Seed Award in the Humanities and Social Sciences of up to £34,041 over 12 months from the Wellcome Trust.
Royal Holloway’s Professor Nick Hardwick has called for the burden of proof for Prisoners held indefinitely under Imprisonment for Public Protection sentences to fall on the Ministry of Justice.