Students Staff

Staff research interests

Commercial law cluster

As a group of scholars, we work individually and collaboratively on projects across commercial law, as it applies in a national and transnational context. This includes trade law, EU law, competition, banking and insurance law, financial crime and regulation, company law, consumer protection, services of general interest, investment law, internet, broadcasting and digital regulation, contract and tort law.

To help you identify potential supervisors, consult the following list of research interests of academics working in the broad field of commercial law.

Public law cluster

As a group of scholars, we work individually and collectively on projects across public law. Research specialisms range from constitutional law and European Union law, to management and reform of the judiciary, judicial review, administrative justice and access to justice, as well as criminal justice systems, the regulation of property relations, race equality law and the rapidly developing field of cybercrime and internet law.

To help you identify potential supervisors, consult the following list of research interests of academics working in the broad field of public law.

Human Rights cluster

Our human rights research takes place in the environment of the Human Rights Centre, one of the oldest academic human rights centres in the world, which is based in the School of Law. Members of our research cluster have extensive expertise in human rights law at the national, regional and international level, both in research and practice.

To help you identify potential supervisors, consult the following list of research interests of academics working in the broad field of human rights.