Find below our current PhD research students and their area of research.
Legal Approaches to Migration and Displacement in the Context of Environmental Factors
Assessing the relevance of political attitudes towards 'rulebreakers' in the Criminal Justice System, the Welfare System and the Education System in British society today.
Cyberwarfare and the law of targeting
Experience of victim services following the change to local commissioning
Comparing Desistance Processes: a Cross-National Analysis of Experiences in France and England
Exploring girls and young women's experiences of the criminal justice system, using an intersectional feminist framework
A Comparative Legal Analysis of Ex ante and Ex post Regulations of Recession Banks in the light of Insolvency Measures : Lesson from Financial Turbulence and Economic Study
An Exploration into Domestic Abuse Within Male Same-Sex Relationships in England and Wales
When Robots go Rogue: How does the Law of Command Responsibility interact with the technological developments of Autonomous Weapon Systems in Military Warfare?
Utilising an international criminal law doctrine in the establishment of state responsibility
International Criminal Sentences - time for a rethink
The National Health Services of the United Kingdom: Accountability, Participation and Public Law
Women in refuges
Promoting Neurodiversity through Police-Community Partnerships
The postcolonial queer: examining international human rights law protection for queer individuals in non-western societies
To what extent is the police service able to utilize creative and innovative thinking from police constables to challenge the existence of social and cultural barriers
Adapting European Regulatory Framework to innovative and technological advancements in electronic money
The right to health for asylum seekers in the framework of national, international and EU law: the case of Greece
A Study Examining the Experiences of Unrepresented Defendants in the Criminal Courts
Corporate Governance in Family-owned business
Judicial power and the legal challenges to austerity in the UK