In the media

Our research is widely covered in all media and has been featured in national and international news media, and has informed cultural events, exhibitions and theatrical performances. Our academics and students also contribute regularly to blogs, online talks and conferences and are engaged with social media.

Outdated divorce system ‘encourages conflict’, Liz Trinder in The Times

April 1, 2017

 

 

Democrats step up calls that Russian hack was act of war. Prof. Schmitt in 'The Hill'.

March 26, 2017

What makes a cyberattack? Experts lobby to restrict the term. Prof Schmitt in the Washington Post.

March 28, 2017

Prof Schmitt features in Daily Mail article about the use of the term cyberattack.
28 March, 2017

'A Domestic Violence And Abuse Act: Necessary Step Or Unwelcome Distraction?' Charlotte Bishop in the Huffington Post.

8 March 2017

 

'Brexit families: what future?' Professor Eleonore Kofman & Dr Helena Wray

21 March 2017

'Child refugees in desperate need of legal advice' comments Ana Beduschi in The Times Brief.

24 February 2017

Constitutional Brexit: Why we need courts to determine the constitutional arrangements of the UK. Dr Sue Prince and Dr Kubo Mačák on Politics Home.
26 January 2017

Helena Wray spoke about family on 's Breaking into Britain. Listen here.

22 January 2017

Is B wrong about law? Read Prof Merkin piece on the Huffington Post.

05 January 201

Why we should respect the Brexit ruling of the Supreme Court, whatever it may be. Dr Sue Prince and Dr Kubo Mačák on Politics Home.

6 December 2016