The School of Law recently held a research symposium on the theme of ‘Hostile Environment’: Migration and Refugees in Modern Times, hosted by the School’s Families and Children research cluster.
Research by Talita de Souza Dias, a Teaching Fellow in the School of Law, named by leading journal as best publication in 2018
Professor Ravinder Barn discusses empowering marginalised women at the Houses of Parliament
Professor Rosie Meek has continued her influential work on the use of sport in rehabilitation in prisons
The School of Law is hosting a seminar on 'Understanding and Tackling the Risk of Terrorism' on 20 March 2019.
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.