Areas of Research Supervision
Research supervision in the School of Law is concentrated around our five research clusters. Reviewing these webpages and the staff pages should help you identify a suitable topic that comes within the specialty of the School of Law. Please do contact us if you have a specific topic in mind that is not listed below, as a number of our staff have additional specialised interests that may not be covered here. Please do contact us if you have a specific topic in mind that is not listed below, as a number of our staff have additional specialised interests that may not be covered here.
Criminology and criminal justice; Desistance; The informal economy; Criminal justice in the EU; Restorative justice; Socio-spatial/environmental criminology; Internet Crime; Media and crime; Victimology and victimisation; Community penalties and offender management; Policing and Police custody.
Constitutional and Administrative Law; EU Law and Society; Human Rights Law Law; Crime and Popular Culture; Medical and Health Care Law; Administrative Justice, Ombudsman and Dispute Resolution; Legal Theory.
Commercial Law; Contract Law; International Trade Law; Consumer Law, Employment Law
International Law; International Economic and Intellectual Property Law; European Union Law; Public International Law; Global Governance; Legal Implications of Sustainable Development; Transnational Corporations and Corporate Social Responsibility
International Bioethics and Human Rights; UK and EU regulation of the Life Sciences; Data Protection, Genetic Privacy and Biobanking; Gewirthian Moral Philosophy; Medical Law; Reproductive Technologies; International Environmental Law.
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