PhD student Anton Blokhin tells us about his research and why he loves his PhD. View full size.
Core areas of Law research supervision
- Charity law
- Commercial law, Consumer law and Competition law
- Democracy & Human Rights: Comparative, EU, ECHR, Theories
- Environmental law and energy law
- Family law
- Feminist legal theory
- Finance and banking law
- Intellectual property, copyright & cultural heritage, and patent law
- International Criminal Law
- Modern legal history
- Migration and multiculturalism
- Public international law: humanitarian law and the law of armed conflict
I have enjoyed every step of my time with the Exeter Law School not only because of the interesting and interactive lectures that I had but also because of the environment which the Law School fosters for students. It has been an amazing journey which I never seem to want to end.
My own experience of the Exeter Law School has been overwhelmingly positive. The facilities and opportunities available to graduates are second-to-none. The Research Development Programme offered through the Doctoral College, provides outstanding opportunities to develop crucial research skills and experience. The environment is vibrant, supportive, and encouraging.